17 Sep, 2017
Photo by Chad Kirchoff on Unsplash Career-Ladder.com is announcing it will mesh with any job board FOC. Come and place all of your jobs onto Career-Ladder.com with no set-up costs. In today's jobboard climate, there are fewer and fewer options for jobboard owners to promote their clients jobs onto. With the large aggregators selecting what jobs they aggregate, over the jobs the direct employers clients are posting, it's a challenge to get jobs promoted. Career-Ladder.com however has decided to take a very different approach. We're keen to take all of your jobs. Regardless if your CV-Library or a small site with 100 jobs live a month. So how do I integrate my site I hear you ask? It's easy. you just need to provide Career-Ladder a feed of your jobs. That's it! below is a breakdown of how this works, alternatively you can visit the site directly: https://www.career-ladder.com/Job-Aggregation Here's how it works. There is no messy and complicate technology involved. To automate job posting on Career Ladder , all you need to do is provide us with an XML or RSS feed with all the relevant information from you site. Here is an example of the fields you will need to provide: In grey is the example of data needed to ensure the jobs are posted with the best possible chance of getting a response The XML or RSS feed will need to have Job Title Job Description Salary Link to the job hosting Post/Zip code &/or City/Town Country Latitude and Longitude are always best case scenarios but not all ATS and job board software supply this information. City and County/State are advisable but not critical if the other information is supplied. Multiple Feeds. It is also advisable to create multiple feeds, each for a specific top level sector. please get in contact if you need any further advice with this. Next Step. To get started, all you need to do is create a Career Ladder account and send us your XML/RSS feed/feeds. You can either send us a feed of everything in one go or you can break your feed up into more bite sized portions related to each of the sectors (recommended).