Job Distribution, Taxonomy and Replication Via Job Wrapping - SpiderMount

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Aspen Technology Labs’ SpiderMount team added new and enhanced content improvement and job distribution features to our industry-leading job wrapping service. Job boards can replicate jobs to multiple locations and categories for better job alert matching, utilize job taxonomy for automated industry category recognition, as well as distribute jobs to other job boards and aggregators.

Job wrapping service

Job wrapping service

Job distribution

Job wrapping powers job distribution from ATS listings, RSS feeds, XML/CSV files or job board listings by providing bulk job postings to various job boards and aggregators. Job distribution, an essential component of effective job marketing, automatically posts employer job listings to a number of job boards and job aggregators in the required website format.

Job taxonomy

SpiderMount provides automated industry/category recognition based on job title and job description content, referred to as job taxonomy. Our
job wrapping service scrapes jobs from employers’ websites and for those jobs without industry category data, we automatically identify the relevant sector and update the scraped data. The resulting job listings delivered improved relevance of both job search results and job seeker job alerts.

Job replication

Our Job wrapping service, SpiderMount, can generate multiple jobs by adding extra locations or other custom data to the original jobs content. SpiderMount duplicates a job vacancy, creates multiple jobs and updates selected fields, i.e. location or job type and then posts to target job board. This job replication feature can be used by job boards and aggregators that do not support multiple searchable location selection for one vacancy.

About SpiderMount

SpiderMount is the industry-leading job wrapping service of Aspen Technology Labs, Inc., a recruitment data management and recruitment technology solutions provider since 2008.


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