eQuest Customers Can Now Post And Twitter Their Jobs

One of the largest job posting distribution services in the world is now pushing jobs out to Twitter followers.

eQuest has partnered with TweetMyJOBS to use the service to send targeted job postings directly to Twitter followers. eQuest posts something like 200 million jobs a year to more than 20,000 job boards. Now, it will send job notices directly to jobseekers who have opted in to the TweetMyJOBS service.

“eQuest is very impressed with the feature enhancements TweetMyJOBS has provided Twitter users,” said Larry Butti, Job Board Communications Manager at eQuest.

Gary Zukowski, president and founder of TweetMyJOBS, says “Working with eQuest will enable thousands of new job opportunities to be delivered instantly to job seekers, and will allow corporations to utilize Social Media as a cost-effective and efficient recruitment channel.”

Zukowski launched the site early this year and set up thousands (4,000 at last count) of channels that jobseekers can pick from to get Tweeted when a job comes along fitting their interest and their chosen geography.

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Now, eQuest will directly send new job postings to TweetMyJOBS. The deal allows eQuest customers unlimited Twitter postings.

Recruiters can also post to TweetMyJOBS directly, once they sign up. Individual Tweets are 99 cents each per day with discounts for three-days up to 30 days. The 140-word-max messages typically contain a brief job title, location, and an address for the complete job listing.

There’s also a free resume service. Followers of tweetmyresume get notified whenever a new resume is posted.

John Zappe is the editor of TLNT.com and a contributing editor of ERE.net. John was a newspaper reporter and editor until his geek gene lead him to launch his first website in 1994. He developed and managed online newspaper employment sites and sold advertising services to recruiters and employers. Before joining ERE Media in 2006, John was a senior consultant and analyst with Advanced Interactive Media and previously was Vice President of Digital Media for the Los Angeles Newspaper Group.

Besides writing for ERE, John consults with staffing firms and employment agencies, providing content and managing their social media programs. He also works with organizations and businesses to assist with audience development and marketing. In his spare time  he can be found hiking in the California mountains or competing in canine agility and obedience competitions.

You can contact him here.

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