TwitterJobSearch and CollegeRecruiter.com Announce Partnership to Build College Student and Recent Graduate Recruitment Platform on Twitter
New Orleans — July 6
TwitterJobSearch, the first real-time job search engine, announced a distribution partnership with award-winning college job board CollegeRecruiter.com to extend its reach into social media. The range of solutions from TwitterJobSearch and selected partners provide companies with a simple, cost-effective way to manage their social recruitment efforts.
"CollegeRecruiter.com works hard to put the jobs of our employer clients at the fingertips of college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs, and social media is an increasingly important channel," said Steven Rothberg, founder of CollegeRecruiter.com. "Our partnership with TwitterJobSearch.com, will facilitate the efforts of our clients to reach recent graduates through social media networks."
Other organizations partnered with TwitterJobSearch include TMP Worldwide, Incisive Media, Euro RSCG Riley, Barkers and Avature. This growing network, which also includes more than 400 job board properties, ensures that businesses can access a comprehensive suite of services that suit their existing resources and capabilities. Companies looking to recruit can now automatically incorporate optimized placement on TwitterJobSearch into a range of other global or local print and digital activities, as well as take advantage of fully managed programs that deliver a complete social media recruitment solution.
Bill Fischer, co-founder of TwitterJobSearch said, "We're tracking organizations in more than 17 countries that are already using social media sites like Twitter in their recruitment efforts. Social media, paired with [a] natural language search engine, is the future of classified advertising and we're building out a network of top-tier partners like CollegeRecruiter.com to reach the graduate market. With over 270,000 unique job opportunities being published in the last 30 days, Twitter is likely to become a bigger online recruitment resource than Monster or Craigslist by the end of this year."