Earlier today CareerBuilder and USA Today distributed their Q2 2010 hiring forecast. The report contains several great statistics, including: The rise of social media The importance of branding and messaging The increase in video usage
With air time estimated between $2.5 and $3 million, both job boards are looking to gain traffic and exposure during high unemployment times. In our poll last year, CareerBuilder won the superbowl ad contest big time with 71% of the vote. After announcing the acquisition of Yahoo! HotJobs last week, the Monster.com beavers hope to […]
CareerBuilder released its’ 2010 Job Forecast this morning. The forecast finds that the encouraging news regarding the economy may be easing hiring fears, as employers signal an increase in their plans to hire in the new year. Twenty percent of employers say they plan to increase their number of full-time, permanent employees in 2010, up […]
The Monster.com “NFL Director of Fandemonium” was announced during Super Bowl XLIII is in full swing. The 32 finalists have been named, from a pool of 300,000 applicants. Video from the on-going competition can be viewed at nfl.monster.com.
With hundreds of investments you can make with online advertising, the CareerBuilder ad deal with Facebook, hasn’t proven to be one on the top of my list. What was touted earlier this year as an innovative way to break into the social media and networking space hiring – and the next big thing for CareerBuilder […]
Escaping the Budget Squeeze – Job Board Vice Join Ken Holec, President an CEO of Jobs2Web for a free Webinar. Title: Escaping the Budget Squeeze – Job Board Vice Date: Thursday, November 13th, 2008 Time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM CST Click here to register Jobs2Web Inc., a leading provider of interactive recruiting solutions will facilitate a […]
By Jason Buss. July sets another record for the job aggregator site, Indeed.com, with over 8 million unique visitors. Site traffic is up overall 94.9% for indeed through June, while traffic for its’ rival Simply Hired is down 11.9% the first half of this year. Since some classify Jobster as an aggregator, I threw that […]