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

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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 …

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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  • 1. top 5 places to advertise a job and find the perfect employee by FitSmallBusiness.com
  • 2. #1 you network
  • 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. #2 The major job Boards
  • 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. Who do we recommend? Indeed.com offers the best value for the money. You do not pay unless someone clicks your job ad.
  • 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. 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. #3 Facebook ads
  • 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. 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. #4 Industry events and online groups
  • 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. #5 Craigslist and the niche job boards
  • 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. 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. And Finally...
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