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    Best place to advertise a job

    Our company struggles to get programmers to reply to job adverts and I was wondering where is the best place to advertise? I have pending adverts on UCLAN and Jobmatch.

    We are close to Grange-over-Sands, South Lake District, Cumbria, North West, UK. We are on the main Barrow to Preston train line, so commuting is not a problem. At the moment all I'm getting are emails like "I'm interested in your job, but can't program, anything else going?".

    Last time we couldn't find any programmers, so ended up with a mathematician. Before that we only got one (very good) candidate and that was because he used the parachute centre down the road.

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    Same replies as my job adverts I see. What should I change in this job advert to attract a programmer?

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    You should put your job offer(s) on dedicated sites/directories. Authentic Jobs, Das Auge, and Programmer Meet Designer are some I know (although not specifically UK centered), and there are probably a lot more. If the sites on which you post the offer are too general in their subject then chances are higher that irrelevant replies come in (as you noticed).

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    The best place is notify on the social medias such as Face book, Twitter etc. One thing you can do, In your website itself develop a page for job notification. By surfing your site they can easily get the idea about this. I developed one site with the same option one year before

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    Following are the best places to advertise a job please make use of it.
    1. Indeed.com
    2. LinkedIn.com
    3. Monster.com
    4. Careerbuilder.com
    5. Facebook Ads
    5. Dice.com-Best place to hire IT Talents
    6. Ladders.com- To advertise for the jobs that pay salary over 100k
    7. Allretailjobs- For retail positions
    8. Efinancial careers.com - For finance Jobs.

    In the above list you can choose your desired website based on the genre you need to hire the candidates.

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    You can advertise the job on any social media sites. Create a separate page for updating those details and share them with your friends and relatives.

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    Successfully marketing job opportunities indicates making the most of your time, attempt and money. Eventually, you want to complete the job starting with the most certified applicant. The best ways to do that will also allow you to complete the job in regular basis. No one can tell you the guaranteed way to complete a job, but with cautious evaluation of available options, you can figure out the most beneficial way for finding the right applicants for the place.

    Write an Efficient Advertisement
    To achieve the most appropriate applicants for the job, create an ad that talks to them clearly and straight. Consist of the type and level of the job in the title, such as mature financial advisor or younger copy writer. Explain the job obligations in an attractive but obvious way, starting with the most essential responsibilities. List specifications such as knowledge, experience, abilities or certification. If space allows, use principal factors so that visitors don't skip details. Give a brief information of your company and its achievements. End with obvious guidelines on how to apply for the job, along with any components to add such as a continue, work examples or sources.


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