‘Why Content Marketers Need Better Statistics’ by Jay Baer
Jay Baer‘s latest ‘Convince & Convert’ blog post is titled “Why Content Marketers Need Better Statistics″.
Baer says, “One recent morning, a client got in touch and asked me to find a widely cited statistic that supports the use of behavioral job interview techniques. The client needed to show that behavioral interviews resulted in lower overall hiring costs, lower turnover rates, or increased productivity. They needed the statistic within two hours for use”.
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