Job Posting Guide

Using online job posting for recruiting candidates is very different than using newspapers. Newspaper ads are bland, full of abbreviations and very often too short to market the position or company effectively. While online postings can be filled with longer descriptions, keywords and complete information about your company. This free guide is designed to help you write more effective job postings and have more qualified applicants applying to your positions.

With Internet job postings you do not pay by the line or the column inch. This allows you to completely present and SELL the employment opportunity to potential candidates.

By taking a little time to create a detailed and informative posting, you will see a much greater amount of qualified applicants in your inbox.

Use this guide for effective Internet job postings. Using these techniques will give you a much higher response rate. Job postings that are targeted, descriptive and attention grabbing will help you receive better response from your recruiting efforts.

The following is a list of import topics that you should know so you can write effective Internet Job Postings.
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Job Posting Titles
This is easily one of the most important sections of your ad. Why? The title is the first thing a job seeker will see. It must stand out and grab their attention.

Company Information In Job Descriptions
Provide insight on your organization including...

Job Descriptions
Candidates want to know what they will be actually doing in this position. Provide a comprehensive description of the position including...

Requirements or Qualifications For Your Jobs
Outline skills required for this position. Differentiate between the actual required qualifications and the "it would be beneficial if you had these" skills...

How To Apply To Your Job Openings
A job posting is not a job posting without this section. Choose the ways you want to receive resumes...

Job Posting Keywords
Job posting keywords are the most important part of your postings. If you read nothing else, you must read this part of our job posting guide!