Large companies and staffing agencies with hundreds of postings pay much less per job posting than the smaller clients. It’s very hard for a smaller company’s job posting to get noticed among the giants who post thousands of ads.
Tinton Falls, NJ (PRWEB) December 8, 2006
Companies can use GetTheJob.com's pay-per-click advertising program to gain maximim exposure for their job openings.
Are you a recruiter or an HR professional involved in the candidate sourcing and recruiting process?
Has this scenario happened to you?
You just spent a lot of money to post a job on a major job board. After you post the job, you do a quick search on the website to see your ad. Great, there it is at or near the top of the search results page. A few hours go by and you perform the search again...where’s my ad? You scroll to page 2...still no ad. The ad doesn’t show up until page 3, buried behind ads that were posted after yours. 1 day later, your ad is on page 7, next day, page 20. By day 4, your 60 day job posting is pretty much useless.
If this has happened to you, you’re not alone. This happens to small and medium size businesses that use Internet recruiting to find candidates. “The major job boards were built to service larger companies better than smaller ones,” said Chris Amato, CEO of GetTheJob.com. “Large companies and staffing agencies with hundreds of postings pay much less per job posting than the smaller clients. It’s very hard for a smaller company’s job posting to get noticed among the giants who post thousands of ads.”
“Smaller companies need to compete for the same talented candidates that their larger competitors are looking for,” added Bob Etheridge, VP Marketing for GetTheJob.com. Unfortunately, they usually don’t have the popularity or name recognition of their larger competitors, and the job boards make it nearly impossible to get their jobs noticed. The sheer volume of postings from third party agencies and larger corporations has caused much frustration among the small to medium sized employers.”
Companies that utilize GetTheJob.com to attract candidates to their postings typically set a monthly budget that is related to the number of postings they have. If more traffic is desired on a certain month, companies can increase their budget. Client jobs are highlighted as enhanced results at the top of each search results pages and typically receive 5 to 10 times more traffic than organic postings. When an interested candidate clicks on a job posting, they are brought to that specific job on the companies’ corporate career site. Additionally, GetTheJob’s AutoWrap Technology eliminates tedious job posting effort and allows the site to mirror the jobs on a company’s corporate career center.
GetTheJob.com, the first pay-per-click job site for direct hire companies only is helping too not only level the playing field, but also help small and medium companies gain greater visibility to their postings. “Our pay-per-click advertising model allows small and medium size companies to feature their jobs at or near the top of relevant search results.” Said Rick Fulton, COO of GetTheJob.com. “Candidates will be exposed to these jobs first, generating more traffic, improving their employment brand and generating more qualified resumes for our clients.”
If you want to find out how to help your job postings stand out from the competition, visit http://www.getthejob.com/Employers and start the revolution.
GetTheJob.com is a performance based, employer only pay-per-click job site offering a new way to attract the talent that companies needs. Our unique approach is designed to eliminate upfront posting fees, bring jobseekers and passive candidates directly to your front door (career center) and with our auto-wrap job posting technology-GetTheJob.com eliminates the time and effort needed to post jobs. For jobseekers, GetTheJob.com exposes the hidden job market as 70% of the postings on GetTheJob are not found on traditional job boards.
Bob Etheridge, GetTheJob.com
Email: betheridge at getthejob.com
This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.
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