It’s not exactly the New York Times, but Recruitology has landed a deal that will make it the job board solutions provider for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the city’s largest newspaper. Checkout the new career site here.
“Recruitology’s mission is to provide media companies with the technology and audience reach to serve the hiring needs of local employers,” said Roberto Angulo, CEO of Recruitology. “Our recruitment advertising platform aggregates best-of-breed job sites and continuously monitors and adjusts job placement, letting employers shorten their time-to-hire. We are pleased to have the opportunity to work closely with the Review-Journal team to deliver a turnkey solution to their advertisers.”
Recruitology is powering the job board and also providing a white-label programmatic solution it can offer to local organizations. Employers posting jobs through the Vegas portal will get distribution throughout Recruitology’s network of over 150 job boards, which include names like ZipRecruiter, Nexxt, Indeed, and Talroo.
“We’re pleased to expand our recruitment advertising offering to bring a range of online services that complement traditional print advertising,” said Lani Dorlack, director of digital advertising for the Review-Journal. “As we transform more of our business into digital, we look for ways to continuously innovate and grow the value we provide advertisers. Recruitology’s combination of industry-leading niche job boards with programmatic ad distribution and monitoring will help us expand the breadth of advertising solutions we provide to employers.”
If you’re keeping score at home, job boards like Careerbuilder and Monster abandoned the newspaper-powering business awhile ago. PandoLogic (formerly RealMatch), for instance, picked up Gannett, which was part of CareerBuilder’s network of online publishers, last year.
Programmatic solutions like PandoLogic and Recruitology are actively partnership with online newspapers, with newcomer JobAdX also looking to build its publisher network. Programmatic competitors like Appcast and Joveo have stayed away from the newspapers.
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