You’ve got a job description that’s compelling, spell-checked and good to go. You could post it on every job board there is (bad idea) or you could save time and money with a little recruiting homework. Create an approach that gets your job seen and drives your intended response.
Here’s our advice for crafting a great job posting and getting it on the right job boards:
How do I start posting jobs advertising site?
- Find out where the rest of your industry (in your country or city) posts jobs.
- Measure the performance of recent listings. Which job boards did you use? How many candidates did you get? Did you get enough candidates? Did you get too many? Find out which metrics you should be tracking with our Recruitment Metrics FAQ.
- Determine your recruiting budget if you want to post your jobs for free or if you’re willing to pay for a premium posting.
- Find out where the audience you want to reach hangs out online. What social networks are they using? You can target your candidates during their leisure activity by posting a job on Facebook, Twitter, or even Reddit.
Looking to get your job advertisement in front of the right candidates? Start job advertising site to the top job boards and manage the full hiring process.