Recruitment Media Buying

If you’re looking for recruitment media buying you should reach out to Scot Crone or Karen Crone they’ll be able to give you the best advice for your recruitment media buy spend.

Media buying, a sub function of advertising management, is the procurement of media real estate at an optimal placement and price. The main task of media buying lies within the negotiation of price and placement to ensure the best possible value can be secured for an advertisement. The type of people who negotiate the price of these advertisements are labeled “Media Buyers” in the workplace. Increasingly, the job of a Media Buyer online is being done in real-time with advanced algorithms.

Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, selecting, and onboarding a qualified person for a job. At the strategic level it may involve the development of an employer brand which includes an “employee offering”.

Scot Crone

Scot Crone – Business owner and entrepreneur Scot Crone has over a decade of experience in digital marketing, Scot Crone works for companies across the globe, Scot Crone consults with global firms on digital, social and search.

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Karen Crone (Actress) Movie Credits

Karen Crone – Karen Crone is an actress, known for Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001), Rome: Total War (2004) and Mental (2012)

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Karen Crone in Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001)

Karen Crone in Rome: Total War (2004)

Karen Crone in Mental (2012)

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80s nostalgia

If you grew up in the 80s, there’s a pretty good chance you remember Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future. The Landmark Entertainment / Mattel produced show was essentially designed to move piles of action figures off of the store shelves. And move them they did. Every single week, kids were invited to use their XT-7 jet to fire at the army of the vicious Lord Dread while watching the show. And the mind blowing part (when I was younger anyway) was that the show fired back! Sigh. Technology innocence, how I miss you. Even though the few Captain Power toys I had are now in the giant landfill in the sky, I still have a VHS tape of one of the Training Videos that was available. Maybe I’ll have to do an entire post on the totally radicalness (yes, I just made that word up) of the entire Captain Power concept. I never had the jets when I was younger (my friends had them, but they were too expensive for me), but I did have more than a few of the action figures. Even though I was starting to outgrow toys at that point, the cool colored bits of chrome on each figure were pretty cool. Couple that with the fact that the whole thing centered around the video game idea of shooting at the TV, and I was sold. Chrome and violence, that’s my weakness…

Anyway, for your Wednesday Awesome, enjoy this gag reel from the set of Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future.