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More job posting services (free)

  • Written by chrisr2 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    March 15, 2010

    I talked about Jobtarget’s OneClick service recently where they allow employers to pay once and post on several boards. There are actually a few others like this. So my advice is to get yourself listed on as many as possible to increase your brand awareness and sales.

    1. Broadbean: this is a UK company which now has offices based in the states. They actually have a simple directory of sites they post to right here. Fill out their contact form and ask to be listed.

    2. Equest: eQuest provides a simple, one-page user experience that allows companies to post jobs to multiple job boards in seconds. This reduces the administrative headache of having to visit each individual job-posting site and manually posting each job.

    3. Smashfly: WildFire® enables you to post to any job board.

    4. Arbita: Arbita OnePost is our core job posting technology, and was the industry’s first consolidated job posting solution. OnePost empowers companies with a single portal for posting to more job boards in more countries than any other solution.

    5. iCims: The Power of One Platform means iCIMS clients can leverage a wide array of tools from one interface. TMP Pathways, iCIMS’ premier job distribution partner, offers unparalleled access to thousands of the most popular and niche job boards across the globe from one interface.


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  1. #1 Dennis Gorelik
    March 19, 2010 am31 1:29 pm

    Do you mean these services are free?
    BTW, I spent several minutes and couldn’t figure out how to post jobs there.

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  2. #2 chrisr2
    March 19, 2010 am31 1:39 pm

    you have to contact them and have them add you to their database…yes its free…these are just extra things you can do to make an occaisional sale

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  3. #3 Barak
    March 21, 2010 am31 2:08 pm

    Broadbean wanted $9000 to have my job board included.

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  4. #4 chrisr2
    March 21, 2010 am31 8:59 pm

    strange, i thought they were all free to use

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