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SOURCE: Business Review
Business Review Applauds Webjobz.com’s Continuous Dedication to Job Seekers with Launch of Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ pages
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Business Review announced today the recent launch of Webjobz.com’s social media platforms designed to provide today’s social savvy job seekers with international career opportunities populated directly into their own social news feeds and networks. Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ profiles are immediately available set with individual pages for all of Webjobz.com’s industry and area specific affiliate job board websites. Job seekers must simply ‘like’ a Facebook fan page and follow on LinkedIn and Google+ to receive job postings.
11 individual Facebook fan pages have been created under Webjobz.com’s profile. They include: Engineering, Oil and Gas, Mining, FIFO (fly in, fly out) Mining, Teaching, IT, Medical and Nursing, Webjobz.com, Webjobz UK, Webjobz US and Finance. Since the launch, Engineering Jobs has received 46,000 fan likes and Oil & Gas Jobs has received 17,000 fan likes. Job Seekers simply ‘like’ a page to receive job postings.
Three LinkedIn groups have been created under the Webjobz.com profile. They include: Engineering, Oil & Gas, Mining and Construction jobs; Work Wanted - Construction Sector Only and Work Wanted – Oil & Gas Sector Only. All three profiles have a combined following of 16,000 members. Job seekers simply ‘follow’ a profile to receive job postings.
13 Google+ pages have been created to represent every Webjobz.com affiliate job board website. They include: Engineering, Oil and Gas, Mining, FIFO (fly in, fly out) Mining, Teaching, IT, Medical and Nursing, Webjobz.com, Webjobz UK, Webjobz US, Finance, Engineering Jobs Australia and Expat Engineering Jobs. Job seekers simply ‘follow’ the individual pages or add to their ‘circle.’
“Love it or hate it, Social networking on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google plus and Twitter is here to stay,” says, John Kirkby, founder of Webjobz.com. “With many of us spending more time looking at these sites than actual job sites or even our email inbox, we have embraced social networking at Webjobz and it is now a major contributor to traffic to webjobz.com and our other sites.” By creating groups and general interest sites within the various social networking sites, Webjobz has created a forum where job seekers can network with other job seekers, employers and recruiters worldwide.
Webjobz.com is an International Generalist website that displays jobs for all locations and for all industry classifications. Affiliate sites (employment portals) display jobs relevant to their specialization and domain location. They cover the Engineering, Oil and Gas, Construction, Mining, Medical, Nursing and Healthcare, Banking, Finance and Insurance, Teaching, Education and Training and IT and computing sectors.
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