Dallas Staffing Agency Enhances Its Resume with New Website

Dallas Staffing Agency Enhances Its Resume with New Website

By | Published June 27, 2019

When John Evans, owner of The Hire Solution, sat down with Osky Blue he expressed a need for a new website that matched his firm’s passion for giving business executives and professionals the very best job seeking and hiring experience in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. The vision was clear: the right jobs and candidates should be only one click away, and the right website should make that click happen.

So Osky Blue got to work. From the start, it was critical for the website to identify its two key audiences: job seekers and companies looking to hire. Clutter-free navigation and top fold call-to-action get site visitors where they want to go quickly, no scrolling required. Then, users are provided frequent opportunities to engage, whether by submitting a résumé for review, requesting a candidate, or even searching available positions through the seamless integration of the Bullhorn job search platform.

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More subtle details of the design impact as well. A light blue color scheme naturally conveys a high level of integrity, knowledge and professionalism, both exemplifying The HIre Solution and the candidates it aims to attract. This is further supported with a scrolling testimonials section featuring thoughtful reviews from clients and job seekers alike.

Looking for a job or filling that open role within your company is never easy. but thanks to the experts at Osky Blue the new website for The Hire Solution can put you ahead of the game when it comes to finding the right job with the right company at the right time.

Help your business stand out with custom website, full service digital marketing, and a suite of other digital marketing services by Osky Blue, a leading digital marketing agency in Dallas-Fort Worth. Contact Us today.

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