Our Top 4 Tips to Get Your Job Post Ranked in Google
- June 30, 2019
- Posted by: Softvity
- Category: Uncategorized
Searching for a new job can often be a challenging time, trolling through multiple job sites before you find a post that may be compatible – if you find one at all! Now though, the job market has a new saving grace – and it goes by the name of Google For Jobs.
So How Does Google for Jobs Work?
Google For Jobs is a search engine widget that allows users to see a list of job postings from multiple sites in Search Engine Results Pages (SERP). The listing will show the top three job posts best suited to the candidates’ search term and a number of other factors that we will later go on to mention.
The featured posts will show: the company’s logo, their location, how long the jobs been posted for, expected salary, hours information, its respective source (eg Monster Jobs), filters to further narrow down your search and even the length of a commute from your current location! The aim is to provide the candidate with as much information as possible to encourage them to apply for the post.
Here’s the results for the search “Retail Jobs Dundee”
With huge changes that could potentially shake up the £35 billion recruitment industry, it’s understandable that recruiters may be anxious about Google’s latest offering. However, you can use Google For Jobs to your advantage – with large recruitment agencies in the US seeing 600% increase in organic traffic since its launch!
- Growth through innovation/creativity:
Rather than be constrained by ideas for new products, services and new markets coming from just a few people, a Thinking Corporation can tap into the employees.
- Increased profits:
The corporation will experience an increase in profits due to savings in operating costs as well as sales from new products, services and ventures.
- Higher business values:
The link between profits and business value means that the moment a corporation creates a new sustainable level of profit, the business value is adjusted accordingly.
- Lower staff turnover:
This, combined with the culture that must exist for innovation and creativity to flourish, means that new employees will be attracted to the organization.