London, United Kingdom, April 06, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The idea behind this contest can be termed a grand experiment. Recruitmentsector.com is to see what happens when you combine the talent and expertise of some of the best recruiters and HR specialists with great ideas and feedback from everyone else.
The contest rules are the following. Authors have to first register on the site in order to be able to post articles. Contestants have a 30-day period through which they can write as many blog entries as they wish. The articles, though, have to be based on recruitment issues, current events from the HR industry, opinions, etc. After the entry is uploaded, it will receive a certain number of hits and feedback. The system of determining the Best and Most Interesting article for the given month is based on the formula: number of hits/article divided by number of feedbacks given/article. The closer the number is to one (1), the more chances the author has to be the winner.
The essence behind the structure of what makes an article interesting and the content grabbing is not only how many times it has been read i.e. number of hits, but also how many people have decided to share their opinion on the issues discussed. So, in a sense, it is mostly up to you, the readers of Recruitmentsector.com to decide which blog entry and its author deserve the label Best Blog of the Month.
The prize is a ₤50 Amazon gift card, which gives the freedom to be used for all kinds of purchases and thus it is not limited by interests.
Hopefully, the contest will bring up interesting and innovative entries each month, and it'll be up to you to help decide which ideas make the cut, and how they evolve throughout the event. Sit back and enjoy. This is going to be an insanely great ride, especially if you take part in it!
For more information regarding the contest, its rules and other general issues visit www.recruitmentsector.com.
About: Recruitmentsector.com is an innovative online community for company and agency consultants. Whether they are posting professionally written articles, sharing ideas and thoughts from their sphere of business or just enjoying the various features of the site, these high-performance enthusiasts can call Recruitmentsector.com their online home. This website was created for recruiters, aimed at recruiters and read by recruiters but our initial aim is to inform all kinds of readers with news and facts from the recruitment industry.