Data Collection for WEDDLE’s 2007 Books Begins Soon
WEDDLE’s will be sending out its data collection questionnaires for its 2007 books in January of 2006. We’ll ask sites to return their completed questionnaires within 45 days as the books are scheduled to hit the shelves at Amazon.com and in Barnes & Noble, Borders and other bookstores by October 2006. In addition, WEDDLE’s books are now routinely stocked by thousands of libraries around the U.S., ensuring even more visibility for your site.
Every site that responds to the questionnaire will be included in WEDDLE’s 2007 Directory, “the address book of the employment Web-site industry.” In addition, 350 sites will be selected for special profiling in WEDDLE’s 2007 Guide, the “Zagat of the online employment marketplace.”
Please Note: The data collection questionnaire for your site will be sent to you. If you would like it sent to someone else, please notify us right away at email@example.com.
Five Good Reasons to Join the IAEWS
What’s the IAEWS? It’s the International Association of Employment Web Sites, the trade organization for job boards and career portals that has just been launched. You should join this Association because it’s your industry’s trade group and because it will:
Don’t Forget About WEDDLE’s Annual User’s Choice Awards
WEDDLE’s annual User’s Choice Awards are the only international award presented to the best job boards and career portals on the Internet, based on the balloting of employers, recruiters and job seekers. Each year, WEDDLE’s hosts a Polling Station on its site that is open to all and enables actual users to designate their favorite employment Web-sites. At the need of the year, we screen to eliminate duplicate ballots, tally the votes, and identify the 30 sites with the most support. These sites are designated WEDDLE’s User’s Choice Award winners for the upcoming year. They are recognized in all of WEDDLE’s publications, in a special area on the WEDDLE’s Web-site and in a year-long promotional campaign that generated ink in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Fortune magazine.
If your site is not on the ballot and you would like it to be, please contact Peter Weddle at firstname.lastname@example.org. While it may be too late to grab the brass ring for 2006, the timing is right to position your site for the 2007 balloting.