The 3rd largest job search engine, Juju.com has a new publisher program similar to what SimplyHired and Indeed have available. You can backfill your site and earn money on the clicks you generate.
For job board owners this is good news. More competition means more options and potential for making more money. If you are good at driving traffic to your site then these options represent another revenue source.
According to the company, their payouts will be better than what other JSE’s are providing. In my experience with Indeed and SimplyHired that has been around .1 – .5 cents per click, so here’s a chance to improve your bottom line.
For more information on the Juju publisher program you can contact:
Director of Network Development
w. 212-537-3898 x6
NOTE: I havent played with it yet but plan to integrate Juju into one of my newer green sites. I’ll write a followup post on that later.
2 thoughts on “JuJu now offering publisher option”
First of all, congrats to Juju for launching their publisher program! Publisher programs are a real win-win for website looking for job content.
That being said, once a Publisher decides to implement a program like this, they need to decide which program is best for them.
TopUSAJobs.com launched our Publisher Program in the summer of 2006. We work with several general job boards and regional job boards.
The main benefits of our program are:
1. We send an xml feed (vs. an API). This allows the Publisher greater flexibility to parse the jobs and add to their database. Once that’s done, jobs may be interspersed within their own search results as well as put in job alerts.
2. We can block jobs from any company and/or job board from the xml feed per the Publisher’s request (main goal is not to feed competing job boards).
3.Our xml feed contains only paid jobs vs. paid + organic so our payouts will always be higher than most other publisher programs.
4.Our program is fully customizable.
In addition Chris, I would challenge your statement that JuJu is the 3rd largest job search engine. The size of a search engine cannot be determined by how many listings they have, but the quantity of traffic they deliver. TopUSAJobs.com has almost 4 million unique visitors per month and by that count I would say we are larger than JuJu.
What kind of payout does TopUSA offer?
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