Considering the amount of job seekers who search and apply for jobs on online job boards it makes sense that this is where you should advertise your vacancy. But there are so many job boards to choose from and they all claim they are the ‘leading job board in the UK’. As always, we like to share our inside knowledge and this week we’ve compiled a list of all our previous job board blogs in one easy place so you can quickly find the answers to your recruitment advertising questions and increase your knowledge on job board recruitment.
See our top 7 job board tips here:
Probably your cheat sheet when it comes to understanding what the job board terminology is and understanding a little bit about them
How to make job board advertising a success, considering all the factors involved in attracting quality applications to your vacancies.
With an array of job boards to chose from, all offering USPs, services and statistics it can be a difficult decision to decide who to go with. We have put together a 5-step guide to assist your decision making process.
It’s not enough just finding the right job boards for your roles; you need to attract the applicants to apply in the first place. One of the main things to think about here is the salary of your role, it’s not the be all and end all but it does play a significant deciding factor in an applicant’s choice between two competitive roles.
Similar to the salary, attracting the right applicants to your role is the aim of the game. One of the biggest oversights of job board advertising is not thinking like a job seeker and not considering the usability of the site. Applicants search by specifying a job title or industry and the location they wish to work in. If your location isn’t right, then your job won’t be seen by top talent.
Since job board advertising is the primary means of searching and applying for jobs, job boards have broadened their catchment and improved the relevancy of their applications. They do this by utilising affiliates and aggregators, but what exactly are they and what role do they play in your online recruitment advertising?
Here we talk about making sure that your advert gets seen on the job board sites and explain how job board searches work and the best way to keyword your job advert.
Brief explanation about the job boards we use and some of the key information we need to make sure that your advert will perform.
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