Topusajobs.Com Launches New Responsive Website Design

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Last week, TopUSAJobs.com, the first pay-per-click job search engine, launched a re-engineered and re-designed version of its website http://www.TopUSAJobs.com.

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Last week, TopUSAJobs.com, the first pay-per-click job search engine, launched a re-engineered and re-designed version of its website www.TopUSAJobs.com.

Last week, TopUSAJobs.com, the first pay-per-click job search engine, launched a re-engineered and re-designed version of its website http://www.TopUSAJobs.com. The new site takes a visual approach to highlight job snippets from companies and job boards that post their jobs on the site. This new feature gives the user the opportunity to preview what the job is about before continuing onto the career portal where the job was originally posted.

"Back in 2003, TopUSAJobs changed the job board industry by pioneering pay-per-click job advertising," said Don Firth, CEO for TopUSAJobs.com. "We are delighted with the launch of the updated site. This gives candidates a better job search experience and provides our clients with a more targeted source of quality candidates at a very competitive cost per applicant."

Another significant feature of the new design includes a keyword and location form field to make the user experience a quicker and more reliable one. This capability improves the search functionality while creating more engagement.

The site's revitalized look is designed to better accommodate the site's growing volume of users that are looking to find their next career move. With the user experience in mind, the new format is also responsive, adapting its content to any screen size, including mobile with a user friendly interface.

About TopUSAJobs.com
Founded in 2003, TopUSAJobs.com was the first pay for performance job search engine, and continues to be one of the largest job aggregators on the internet. Job listings on TopUSAJobs.com connect candidates directly to each company's unique career portal, applicant tracking system, or landing page, allowing a seamless transition into the application process. All services are free to job seekers and automated for clients.

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