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Last month, 435,780 talent acquisition recruiters, staffing firm recruiters and HR professionals read Undercover Recruiter. Every week, 60,000+ subscribers receive our email newsletter.
As you scroll down, you’ll see how we work with other brands to help them reach our audience.
Some clients that have used our popular solutions include Dropbox, LinkedIn, Adecco, Mighty Recruiter, Lever and Breezy HR.
Undercover Recruiter is a world-leading recruitment and talent acquisition blog
Talent acquisition is the heart of Undercover Recruiter and our content is topically written for in-house/HR and agency/3rd party recruiters.
Born in 2009, out of frustration with the lack of industry transparency and personality (in a sea of boring, safe corporate articles), Undercover Recruiter became the independent voice in recruitment by sticking to founder Jorgen Sundberg’s mission: to uncover what goes on behind the scenes in recruitment – and investigate the future.
Fast forward to 2017, we’re a small, proud team of ex-recruiters turned undercover journalists – and we work with a dozen vetted industry experts. To keep quality high, we only publish 11 articles a week and offer our readers a weekly newsletter, so they never miss a thing.
Undercover Recruiter is referenced in mainstream media, including Bloomberg, The Guardian, WSJ, Wired, Mashable, FastCompany, Psychology Today, Examiner, Vogue, CBS News, Lifehacker, Business Insider, AdWeek, Inc, Entrepreneur, The Globe and Mail… even the motivation man, Tony Robbins, linked to us in his blog. And companies like Salesforce, HubSpot, and Glassdoor reference our content in their blogs.
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If this sounds like a match to your promotional goal, we look forward to speaking with you to make it work. Please fill out the contact form and Jorgen & team will be in touch to discuss!
Please note: We unfortunately don’t accept every applicant – we have to make sure on our end that what you want to promote is of interest to our audience and compatible with our brand.