Lillie Ubeid
by Lillie Ubeid
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Be honest with yourself, how many times have you thought to yourself that it can't be that hard to have a go at building your own recruitment website?

The internet is a wealth of information and with free access to videos, how-to's and ebooks it can be tempting to try to utilise these to save money. You would typically be using a template to create the site, and this has a number of disadvantages, including being difficult to navigate and looking exactly the same as thousands of other sites.

But before you jump on to Google: ask yourself a question. If I required a new IT solution or were developing a marketing or sales strategy/plan, would I do this myself? Do I have the necessary skills and core competencies to be able to do this? You may. But many don't. 

Many recruitment websites have and will be designed by people or organisations that aren’t conversant with the recruitment industry or it’s not their speciality. A beautifully designed website is worthless if it isn’t generating leads and an ongoing return on investment. It is always advisable to use a recruitment website provider - they have years of experience in recruitment website design and know how to make things work while keeping to your brief. At Volcanic, we always use data-driven design when creating websbites. This involves focusing on 3 principles: mobile, UX and performance.

Here at Volcanic, our recruitment and staffing websites and job boards generate better candidate conversion and growth. With no upfront costs, 30-day contracts and a simple monthly fee isn't it time you gave us a call?


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