When was indeed.com founded?
Indeed was founded by Paul Forster and Rony Kahan. The beta version of the Pay-for-Performance offer, which is still valid today, went online in 2005. Indeed has been a subsidiary of the Japanese Recruit Group since October 2012.
What are the major strengths of indeed.com?
The most visited job portal worldwide. More than 320,000 companies around the world use Indeed to search for the best candidates. They can find millions of jobs in 60 countries and 28 languages online via desktop PC or mobile. More than 20 million jobs from corporate career sites, job exchanges, recruiters and small businesses are available with a single click. In contrast to traditional online advertising, premium job ads use the pay-per-click model. This means that you only pay when your premium job ads are clicked. You decide how much you want to spend and our technology does the rest. This gives you predictable results that match your costs and budget.
What distinguishes indeed.com from other job sites?
Through our job site, job seekers can access millions of jobs from across the Internet and employers can reach qualified applicants for any kind of jobs. While other job boards charge fixed prices for each job advertisement without taking the results into account, our Pay per Click model only allows you to pay for real results. In addition, you enjoy full flexibility because there are no contracts or long term advertisements.
Which industries are looking for new employees particulary on indeed.com?
There are no specific industries. Indeed’s preference is to be available across all industries. More than 20 million jobs in all industries are available to our users.
What partner sites does indeed.com work with?
The Indeed Publisher network includes over 25,000 partner websites, including job boards, company data sites, career sites, publishers, blogs and search engines.
Which media channels does indeed.com use?
Job advertisements are distributed via the portal’s website, mobile and social media channels.