Posts written by: Nathan Perrott

Nathan Perrott

About Nathan Perrott

As Director of Technology and Candidate Solutions at AIA Worldwide, Nathan helps organizations optimize their employer marketing strategies by leveraging digital marketing, technology, creativity and data. Nathan has played pivotal roles in developing content marketing and social media strategies for large multinational corporations, as well as being a driving force behind a number of careers website projects and hiring strategies powered by TalentBrew. You can follow Nathan on twitter @Nathan_Perrott or drop him an email at nathan.perrott@aia.co.uk.

Digital Recruitment Marketing Predictions for 2016: Part 3

Digital Recruitment Marketing Predictions for 2016: Part 3

This is part three in a three-part series in which we discuss what you can expect from digital recruitment marketing in the new year. Here, Nathan Perrott, Senior Digital Strategist in TMP’s London AIA office, predicts that 2016 will be all about data (like it should be every year). 6: Software as a service will have to be relied on more…
Digital Recruitment Marketing Predictions for 2016: Part 2

Digital Recruitment Marketing Predictions for 2016: Part 2

This is part two in a three-part series in which we discuss what you can expect from digital recruitment marketing in the new year. Here, Nathan Perrott, Senior Digital Strategist in TMP’s London AIA office, discusses the importance of content marketing, native advertising and more. 4: Content marketing will become a core part of direct sourcing Social media strategies are…
Digital Recruitment Marketing Predictions for 2016: Part 1

Digital Recruitment Marketing Predictions for 2016: Part 1

This is part one in a three-part series in which we discuss what you can expect from digital recruitment marketing in the new year. Here, Nathan Perrott, Senior Digital Strategist in TMP’s London AIA office, makes a case for a strong mobile apply process and more. 1: A continued drive towards digital and social omnipresence More often than not, we…