I don't think we're talking in the same train of thought here. But I think it's a bit off topic anyway.
As for finding talent. I've seen some new marketplaces come up which help people in certain industries find jobs near and dear to their heart.
For example GitHub's job market. Or StackOverflow's market. Or CodePen's market.
People who are a bit heavily invested in those platforms would be apt to find jobs from companies who also love those platforms and what they represent as far as potential talent.
In other words, instead of one huge market covering everything like Monster, you have mini-markets ran within various "networks" where desired talent is bound to be found.
If I'm a designer, I'll probably be hanging out at this or that place. Or programmers on Github. Or general developers on Stack. Or whatever industry. I even see job boards now on many Slack channels that grow in popularity.
Linkedin was kind of this way. A "network" of "business-y" people, companies and employees, all hanging out trying to find each other. But it became something else.
So it kind of reverses the role of the recruiter. Instead of me hiring a recruiter to go find stuff, the company hires a recruiter that hunts down the talent where they like to hang out and post jobs there.