Williamsville, NY — Haley Marketing, the largest website development, social and content marketing firm serving the temporary staffing and executive recruiting industries, just announced the release of a free recruitment marketing strategy eBook to provide advice for recruitment-based companies that will be losing organic (free) job postings on Indeed effective January 7, 2019.
According to this October 18 Indeed.com blog post:
“…as of January 7, 2019, jobs sent to Indeed sites in the US and Canada from recruitment-based companies will no longer be eligible for inclusion in organic search results. They will, however, continue to be eligible for promotion as sponsored jobs.”
Indeed’s upcoming policy change will force companies that are currently receiving free job posts to either sponsor jobs on Indeed or find other ways to source talent. Knowing the recruiting impact this will have on their clients, Haley Marketing assembled leaders from their recruitment marketing, SEO, social media and technical teams to brainstorm no-cost and low-cost ways to attract talent to staffing and recruiting firms’ job postings. The team organized their best ideas into a comprehensive, 38-page recruitment marketing strategy eBook, “Indeedmageddon? Strategies to help staffing and recruiting firms prepare for the loss of free job posts,” available for free download here.
A Partner in Evolving Recruitment Marketing Strategy
According to Haley Marketing CEO, David Searns, “We really do owe Indeed a big ‘thank you’ for nearly 15 years of providing free job postings and candidate traffic to the staffing industry. Now that they’ve changed their policy, our staffing and recruiting clients will be forced to evolve their recruiting strategy.
“As a recruitment marketing partner to our clients, we’re working hard to help them minimize the impact of organic traffic loss and determine the best ways to invest in recruitment advertising,” continued Searns. “This free recruitment marketing strategy eBook will help staffing and recruiting firms continue to cost-effectively attract qualified talent to their jobs, post the Indeed policy change.”