Procedures should be free from biases related to race. Religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or other characteristics that are unrelated to the job. This starts with the verbiage used in job postings. Many times the language used in job descriptions can subconsciously dissuade diverse candidate from applying. Use a diverse group of interviewers from various educational and economic backgrounds. – henry kurkowski, one wifi.

Diversity doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone, so the first step is to define what diversity means to your agency. For instance, does it mean having one or more multilingual staff member? Maybe your definition of diversity is around skin color or nationality. Once you define what it means to your agency you should set clear goals around hiring so that you can achieve the mix of diversity you desire. – kristopher jones, lseo.

Focus on the future leaders in your city

It’s important to connect with younger generations of professionals. Build inroads now into young professional organizations and college chapters of industry associations in your city to show them you value their voice and need their talent. When you’re hiring for an open position, prioritize diversity over expediency. – mary ann o’brien, obi creative

15. Purposefully expand your network

All companies have the ability to draw from the same group of people. I’ve found the most effective method to reach diverse candidates is to be thoroughly networked. We don’t just simply post a job and hope someone sees it. We get involved phone number lists with development groups for underrepresented folks, build relationships with coding and project management education programs, and host meet-ups in our office.
When was the last time you cleaned out your closet? Got rid of clothes that were outdated, no longer fit or just didn’t look as good as they did when you bought them? We all love the feeling of throwing out the old and making room for the new.

If throwing out the old, outdated and unneeded is good for your closet, it must also be good for your website content. Is it time to delete old blogs, pages, and information and make room for newer, fresher content.

We don’t think so We’re busting this marketing myth

Bill gates coined that phrase in 1996 with an essay. He wrote suggesting the way to succeed in the digital future was. To create all kinds of compelling and entertaining content. That’s what people did.

Fast forward to 2011, google panda IG Users launched to reduce the prevalence of “content farms” filled with low-quality and misleading information. This ushered in google’s quality classifications for websites and search engine ranking.

Jump ahead to 2016. To help improve rank and recover from panda, marketers began optimizing their websites and removing old blogs, articles, and pages. Out with the old, in with the new.