Building A Recruiting Engine Is Not Rocket Science.

 
 
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Recruiting Engines

When you build a recruiting engine, you attract more of the best candidates. You'll get so much interest you can't hire fast enough.

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I'll build my own

Learn how to build and manufacture your own recruiting engine. You're smart, you can learn how to do it on your own. We'll even help you, just reach out on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or on the Podcast.

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Launch it for me

It can be confusing, difficult, and time consuming to construct a recruiting engine. That's where we come in. We can just do it for you.

We Build Engines

Sounds like you've come here because you don't have enough time or you would like some hands-on expertise building your own recruiting engine.

 
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Construction

Just like you cannot build a rocket engine overnight, you cannot build a recruiting engine overnight. It takes time but in the long run it is well worth it. We always think long-term.

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Funnel Optimization

Don't worry, we're not going to make you learn anything new. But we will evaluate and recommend software and automation tools.

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Social Content

We reach candidates where they actually are including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, and Podcasts (iTunes & Android.)

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Proprietary Sourcing Tools

Don't forget Glance was founded by two software developers. We've created an arsenal of tools that give us the edge.

 

🎓 Learn

Alright, let's see your stuff. The instructions to building a recruiting engine are scattered across various chanels! Say hello to unlimited top quality candidates.

 
 

Podcast

The best way to get the most up date to advice on recruiting. We often feature guest interviews and thought leaders. We aim for real, practical advice with genuine and knowledeable people.

 

YouTube

Get a little technical! Learn how to build your own software tools. You can scrape sites for information and automate the boring stuff. Many of the tutorials you'll learn are real tools that we built and use in-house. 

 

Blog

We really go in-depth on topics and trends we are seeing. Full in-depth "How to" guides to attracting the top talent to various industries in the most efficient way.

The Ultimate Recruiting Guide

The only recruiting handbook you'll ever need. These are the exact steps that we took to create the most powerful recruiting engines you've ever seen. And we're giving it all away to you.

 

🕵️ About Us

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Glance is now in Raleigh but ...

started in the beautiful mountains of Boone, NC in an old apartment with no AC and a stale beer aroma.

We got started by winning some prize money at App State Big Pitch, Charlotte Venture Challenge, and Raleigh Innovator’s Program by Citrix and Red Hat and waking up at 5am on Saturday mornings to flip things on eBay we bought for cheap at yard sales to pay the rent.

For 18 months we built state of the art recruiting software products. The problem was nobody wanted to buy them. It wasn’t that they weren’t good, it was that people resisted learning a new UI (user interface). We even had trouble giving them away! They just wanted their problems solved. 

So we combined all of our products and knowledge of tech, marketing, and recruiting to evolve Glance. And what we learned is people find it way more valuable if you just do the work for them. So that’s what we do.

We’ve never been good at following the rules. But that is a good thing when you start a company and rewrite the rules. We don’t actually even love recruiting but we love solving problems using new technology. Recruiting is stale and old. So we’re rewriting the rules.

When you use and create the best tools you have an unfair advantage. And that’s what we think great companies are derived from.

We get inspiration from Paul Graham, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss, Nassim Taleb, Todd Olson, John Perkins, Marc Andreesen and Ben Horowitz, Ben Evans and a few odd startup advice tweets from our pal and old roomate Tayyab Hussain.