Secrets of the Job Hunt


Sunday, August 10, 2008

Job Search Engine and ATS providers Partner Up

Jobs search engine recently announced that it has partnered up with not one, but two, applicant tracking systems providers. JobTarget And BrightMove will enable Fresho to offer job seekers a larger number of job listings.

Businesses and recruiting agencies that are clients of either applicant tracking system will now access to Fresho’s exclusive job ad distribution network. This includes some the largest and most widely used career search engines.

Since both mid-sized and large companies often receive more resumes than a hiring manager can easily keep up with, applicant tracking solutions have become extremely important. Aside from keeping up with candidates, these systems also help out with posting new jobs. When an employer posts a job through their ATS, the system automatically posts it on all of the job boards that are considered part of its network. Now those who post their jobs through JobTarget and Bright Move will also have the added benefit of having their staff vacancies announced on

Currently JobTarget has established relationship with more than 100,000 employers. Their online network receives anywhere from 20 to 50 million page views per month.

BrightMove’s fully web-based ATS was actually designed by recruiters to suit the needs of others in their field. This system features a resume database, reporting and analytics and contact management. Now it with also feature a job distribution tool that will allow employers the ability to publish and manage their jobs their job requisitions on’s career search engine.

Aside from pairing up with these two companies, those in charge of Fresho are working to create partnerships with other applicant recruiting and tracking solutions. was launched earlier in January of this year and is a completely free online classified directory. The web site has job ads from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, all of which are broken down into 41 separate industry categories.

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