top 5 places to advertise a job
and find the perfect employee
by FitSmallBusiness.com
#1 you network
The best candidates come from
the people who you are connected
directly. Post a link to your job
description as a status u...
#2 The major job Boards
LinkedIn.com
Monthly
Traffic
Cost

Indeed.com

Monster.com

CareerBuilder.com

41 Million

25.5 Million

16.7 Million

19....
Who do we recommend?
Indeed.com offers the best value
for the money. You do not pay
unless someone clicks your job ad.
There are two exceptions to this
which are:

•For highly skilled labor then linkedIn
offers the best candidates
•For low s...
What didn’t make it to the table?
Reach out candidates who have not
applied to your position with linked
in here.
Find a w...
#3 Facebook ads
You can run targeted ads for your job posting on Facebook based on
thinks like:

• Education Level and where they went to ...
For more on how to advertise your job on Facebook and
get a free $50 ad coupon see our guide to Facebook
advertising here.
#4 Industry events and online groups
Find out the industry events,
meet-ups, and online groups
that the types of people you
want to hire attend, go there
and s...
#5 Craigslist and the niche job boards
For lower skill workers in
addition to advertising, you may
also want to place an ad on
craigslist. It cost $25 per listin...
Dice.com: For hiring IT Talent
Ladders.com: Advertising Jobs and pay
over 100k

Allretailjobs.com: For retail positions
Ef...
And Finally...
To learn how to be a more successful
entrepreneur visit us at....
(Click The Link Below)

www.FitsmallBusiness.com
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In my last presentation we continued our series on how to hire and manage with a look at how to write the perfect job description. Now that you have your job description it’s time to start getting the word out. Here are the top 5 places to advertise your job description.

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Top 5 Places To Advertise A Job And Find The Perfect Employee

  1. 1. top 5 places to advertise a job and find the perfect employee by FitSmallBusiness.com
  2. 2. #1 you network
  3. 3. The best candidates come from the people who you are connected directly. Post a link to your job description as a status updated on Facebook and LinkedIn as well as any other social network.
  4. 4. #2 The major job Boards
  5. 5. LinkedIn.com Monthly Traffic Cost Indeed.com Monster.com CareerBuilder.com 41 Million 25.5 Million 16.7 Million 19.8 Million $195-$395 (Depends on location) Between $0.25 $119 depending on job and $1.50 per click type Additional Candidate Salary Calculator Tools ranking on skills Learn More Learn More $419 Access to Ad network for an additional fee ger your posting on thousands of other sites. Experience measurement tool Learn More Learn More
  6. 6. Who do we recommend? Indeed.com offers the best value for the money. You do not pay unless someone clicks your job ad.
  7. 7. There are two exceptions to this which are: •For highly skilled labor then linkedIn offers the best candidates •For low skill labor then monster.com’s $119 offer is the best deal.
  8. 8. What didn’t make it to the table? Reach out candidates who have not applied to your position with linked in here. Find a way around to search for resumes on LinkedIn here.
  9. 9. #3 Facebook ads
  10. 10. You can run targeted ads for your job posting on Facebook based on thinks like: • Education Level and where they went to school. • Current Workplace • Interest • Pages they have liked.
  11. 11. For more on how to advertise your job on Facebook and get a free $50 ad coupon see our guide to Facebook advertising here.
  12. 12. #4 Industry events and online groups
  13. 13. Find out the industry events, meet-ups, and online groups that the types of people you want to hire attend, go there and start talking to them.
  14. 14. #5 Craigslist and the niche job boards
  15. 15. For lower skill workers in addition to advertising, you may also want to place an ad on craigslist. It cost $25 per listing. There are also specific niche sites like:
  16. 16. Dice.com: For hiring IT Talent Ladders.com: Advertising Jobs and pay over 100k Allretailjobs.com: For retail positions Efinancialcareers.com: For finance jobs. Check a great list of the top 50 niche job boards here.
  17. 17. And Finally...
  18. 18. To learn how to be a more successful entrepreneur visit us at....
  19. 19. (Click The Link Below) www.FitsmallBusiness.com
  20. 20. (Click The Link Below) www.FitsmallBusiness.com
  21. 21. (Click The Link Below) www.FitsmallBusiness.com
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