Where and When to Post Recruitment Ads

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This is the current best practice for posting ads for new people, and skills, to join our team and community.

Adverts with a high success rate should remain the same or similar. Adverts with a low success rate need to be improved.

Feel welcome to make suggestions to improve efficiency in the comments below.

Posting for Volunteers

When each month / Site / Current Success of Ads / Current Advert

Web Developers:

  1. 1st and 15th / WeWorkMeteor / High / example
  2. 10th / Reddit r/reactjs / High / example
  3. 10th / Reddit r/sysadmin / Low / example
  4. 10th / Reddit r/API / ?
  5. 10th / Reddit r/database / Average / example
  6. 10th / Reddit r/appdev / Low / ?
  7. 10th / Reddit r/netsec / Low / ?
  8. 10th / Reddit r/pentesting Average / example
  9. 10th Reddit r/SEO ? / ?
  10. 10th Reddit r/userexperience ? / ?
  11. 10th Reddit r/UI_Design ? / ?
  12. 10th Reddit r/UXDesign ? / ?
  13. 15th and 25th / Open Hatch / ? / ?
  14. 15th and 25th / Catchafire / ? / ?
  15. 15th and 25th / PimpmyCause / ? / ?
  16. 1st and 15th / Effective Altruism Jobs FB / ? / ?
  17. 1st / EA Work Club / ? / ?

Marketing, Graphic Design, Project Management, Social Media, Copy Writing, Recruitment, Admin, Finances, Community Building:

  1. 1st and 15th / Catchafire / ? / ?
  2. 1st and 15th / PimpmyCause / ? / ?
  3. 1st and 15th / Effective Altruism Jobs FB / ? / ?
  4. 15th / EA Work Club / ? / ?
  5. 10th and 20th / Gumtree UK / Average / ? / ?
  6. Craigs List? (US)
  7. Reddit r/human resources / r/projectmanagement / r/recruitment / r/marketingjobs

The 2nd list is to be expanded and split up as the Recruitment team grows and can manage more ads each month. As more members join in these should be added as repeating Trello cards to make it easier to keep a track of when ads should be posted