JOB BOARD JOURNALIST

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Measuring Your Success: The KPIs of Top Job Boards

Measuring Your Success: The KPIs of Top Job Boards

Join me for a free Webinar on September 19th from 2-3:00 PM eastern, sponsored by RealMatch.

It’s no secret that the competitive landscape is changing for job board operators. The number of employment sites continues to rise and social networks and aggregators continue to gain share in this lucrative market.

How do you stay ahead of the pack? By monitoring the right Key Performance Indicators. (KPIs) They are the best way to determine how your site is performing relative to the market and what strengths you should be leveraging to enhance the valuation of your business.

Join me and my friends at RealMatch for a Webinar on this important topic. I’ll review some the most important KPIs for your business and present the key findings of the 2012 IAEWS Global Job Board Benchmark Survey.

To register, please click here.

And remember what your mother taught you – it’s nice to share. Pass this message along to your colleagues and friends.

Thanks,

Peter Weddle

Resources to Help You Better Serve Job Seekers

A Multitude of Hope: A Novel About Rediscovering the American Dream is the story of three mid-career workers trying to find their way in the post-recession, American economy. Whether you’re looking for a new job or for something more out of your career, you’ll relate to the characters and renew your sense of optimism about the land that invented opportunity.

Also available at Amazon.com.

Recognizing Richard Rabbit is a fable for adults searching for more meaning in their careers. It will entertain and delight you and help you out of the boxes that are keeping you from your destiny. Think of it as “a personal fairy tale that can come true.” It’s a novel and engaging way to recognize the talented person you are meant to be.

Also available at Amazon.com.

The Career Activist Republic describes an emerging segment of the American workforce that is determined to work for themselves but be employed by someone else. These career activists never, ever look for a job, but they are always searching for a career advancement opportunity. They are branding themselves as “persons of talent’ and forcing employers to change the way they recruit and manage new hires.

Also available at Amazon.com.

The Career Fitness Workbook introduces a complete regimen of activities that will help you successfully compete for and hang onto the job of your dreams. Think of it as “the habits of highly effective career activists.” It’s a one-of-a-kind program that not only tells you what to do, but how to do it and how often to build up the strength, reach and endurance of your career.

To be published in two weeks, so available for preorder at Weddles.com, but not yet at Amazon.com.

An Economy of Helicopter Employers

More and more organizations are behaving like “helicopter employers.” That’s the position I’ve taken in my blog at The Huffington Post.

Take a look and see if you agree.

Join the IAEWS

Join your peers in the online employment services industry and become a Member of the International Association of Employment Web Sites.

Membership is open to job boards, career portals, social media sites, aggregators, job ad distribution companies, ATS vendors, recruitment advertising agencies and the vendors which support them. Current IAEWS members power or operate over 60,000 sites worldwide.

For a complete description of the benefits of membership click on the link above and then on the tab at the top of the page entitled Membership Info.