If you're not, you may be overlooking a wealth of resources on the Internet's third largest site, after Google and Facebook. Video is your best opportunity to tell a compelling story to attract top candidates, according to this HireRabbit infographic. Long considered home to the worst commenters on the internet — racist, cruel, idiotic, nonsensical, and barely literate — YouTube is in the process of upgrading its comment system in order to better tame its most loathsome members.
Shimshowitz declined to elaborate further in a follow-up interview, in which he was asked about the scope and nature of the planned changes. The site’s commenters have inspired a mocking blog and even specialized filtering software. But YouTube needs to go much further, to kick the worst vulgarians out from under its videos. The official movie by Ryan Higa (Nigahiga) and Wong Fu Productions, Agents of Secret Stuff, has hit the world of Youtube in its full half-an-hour of awesomeness!


The average user spends 15 minutes a day on the site, people are twice as likely to visit a website after seeing a video, and YouTube has a very wide user base. The infographic highlights the five top employers, by number of pageviews, who are sure to provide some creative recruitment video inspiration.
Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. But Google doesn’t like it when people do that, he said, because it cuts off the community. The site is trying to build a glossier future for itself, one with smarter videos produced by businesses, Hollywood studios and independent creatives. Many members use anonymous handles since YouTube, unlike other Google sites, allows people to create distinct accounts.
Want some action, David Choi singing, teenage high-school drama, and shuttlecocks to the face?


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