What .Jobs Gets Us

You might recall work TWC did in the fall of 2011 to develop some microsites utilizing the ease and power of the .jobs universe, offered to us by our friend and partner, DirectEmployers Association.

The real beauty of .jobs is how simple it is and how much visibility it can generate for job postings in WorkInTexas.com. That is, it allows us to help, in particular, small and mid-sized employers who might not have large HR shops or marketing budgets, recruit with the big boys on the big stage, to the extent that they want to.

For this week’s post, I’m providing a link to a friend’s blog who recently wrote about just how much more visible our job content has become. It’s staggering, to put it lightly. And best of all, it’s part of the basic services we offer to all employers and supported by workforce professionals in 200 offices across the state.

Check it out.

4 thoughts on “What .Jobs Gets Us

  1. Anonymous August 27, 2012 / 9:35 pm

    you know, what’s really interesting is that if a person wanted to save a search (i.e. name it), in order to work with a list of prospects, there doesn’t seem to be any site developement to do this. At least, I haven’t found it YET! Thanks


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