If you’re a Head of Talent with a scrappy recruiting team, Notion needs to be part of your stack.
Turning your recruiters into a content team is your only shot at doing this right—and with any speed and scale.
If you’re not familiar with Notion, imagine a collaborative content hub with simple design functionality.
Why you need it: You and your team can quickly create your own well-designed content deliverables without any friction.
You don’t have to wait for marketing’s permission. You don’t have to beg for dev resources to build anything. And you don’t have to pay overpriced agencies for creative support.
We use it for virtually everything content-related at Before You Apply.
Example — Our sales page
(It’s filled with assets for prospective buyers—and accessible via a “See details and pricing” button on our website. This allows us to add and change information fast without having to rely on our dev team.)
Want to quickly build candidate one-pagers, team-specific microsites, or even a no-code careers site? Now you can do it yourself.
Not to mention, these assets can all live in a candidate-facing content hub that's easily shareable.
Most of you are stuck—and it sucks.
You’re blocked by the lack of financial, people, and creative resources available at your company. And therefore, you aren’t creating anything useful for candidates.
It doesn't have to be like this.
I stand by my belief that nobody is going to create the right content for your recruiting team. Everyone is too busy caring about their own stuff.
And the last thing your team needs is more culture content and fluffy employer branding nonsense.
They need things that are shareable, informative, and designed to make their jobs easier.
This is your recruiter enablement tool.
Hope this helps.
P.S. If anyone at your company pushes back, saying that Notion pages aren't “brand-aligned”, take that as proof that they don’t understand content creation is 2021/22 and kindly tell them to go…
P.P.S. If you want to use Notion for website building, check out Super.so. We've used it and it's great.