Posts Tagged ‘job search’

personforce.com job widget

December 19th, 2009

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Adding widgets to your blog or website is generally done for a couple of reasons. You are either adding widgets for a personal preference or as a tool to keep your readers engaged.

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Why use Personforce?
A job listings widget such as the one from Personforce.com is a simple way to add a measure of reader engagement. Its viewed more as tool than a personal customization like a slideshow or music player. You can be assured that the jobs that are listed in the Personforce Job Box are legitimate, high quality positions with reputable organizations. They charge premium rates for job listings, which weeds out the scams and such.

Who uses Personforce?
You can find the Personforce Job Box on many reputable sites such as:

    TechCrunch
    VentureBeat
    The Linux Forums Job Board
    Yale Daily News
    The Stanford Daily Online
    The Harvard Crimson
    (and many, many others! see all)

About the widget:
The Personforce Job Box widget uses JavaScript and comes in 4 different widths. 250 px, 220 px, 160 px, & 120 px. There is nothing complicated in attaining these widgets. Simply go to http://www.personforce.com/adformats.php and choose your widget. Copy the embed code and paste it into your site.

Economy is bouncing back–Provide job search capability to your readers

December 6th, 2009

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Online Recruiters Directory offers four widgets that allow you to provide job search capabilities to your readers. Selecting a simple combination of job category and location will bring you to the Online Recruiters Directory website to view available opportunities.

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These widgets also allow hiring managers to locate persons seeking jobs in their desired categories. A great resource in this growing economy.

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The larger widget that you see above is designed to expand in the space that it is placed.

Grab the code from: http://www.onlinerecruitersdirectory.com/request_widget.php

Update:

I had originally posted the actual widgets (instead of images) but the javascript seems to be coded in a way that it somehow modified/altered other elements on the WidgetsLab page. Most noticeable were the changes made to the post title font size and the blog title font size. Each were reduced to the font size used in the post. This is unacceptable!
It may be that it only affects the WidgetsLab template.

Use at your own risk!

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