Google Vs. Microsoft : Who is better at twitter recruiting? [ Infographic ]

Google and Microsoft, the two most innovative tech companies in the world, have had a long standing rivalry between them. The two titans not only have competing business software suites  but  also compete  for recruiting and retaining talented employees.

But Hey, today we are not going to talk about  Microsoft going after Google’s bread winner : search and advertising or Google going after Microsoft’s massive income generators: Windows and Microsoft Office. In this post we will see how these two software giants are doing at twitter recruiting.

Google tweets about job openings, company culture and news at their official twitter account Life at Google ( @googlejobs ), Google started this official career account on May 2, 2009. While Microsoft started sharing the career opportunity at Microsoft Recruiting ( @microsoftjobs ) from April 10, 2008.

Let’s see who is on top of twitter recruiting, Microsoft or Google :

Google Vs. Microsoft - Who is better at twitter recruiting


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So what do you think? Who do you think is the winner? Don’t forget to share it all in the  comments below!

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About the Author: Prafull Sharma

Prafull is the Founder of LeadsPanda and author of the One-Page Content Marketing Blueprint. He shares tips to 2x your content marketing results on LeadsPanda blog.


  1. […] you aren’t looking at Twitter as a recruiting tool, here are some quick stats to show you why you darn well should […]

  2. Gumica July 29, 2012 at 2:48 pm - Reply

    Your infographic is stunning! I have been looking to try twitter for recruiting. Thanks!

  3. Thubbobby December 6, 2012 at 11:39 am - Reply

    Thanks for sharing this info-graphic, really interesting!

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