How to future-proof your recruitment advertising strategy and ROI

As the recruitment advertising market continues to evolve, more and more clients and vendors are turning to programmatic advertising as the next stage of that evolution. But what does that mean for your business and how can you ensure that you are ahead of the curve in order to maximise your ROI and achieve your hiring goals?

In this webinar we discussed the tools you need to navigate this shift while not putting all your eggs in one basket requires a strategy to encompass both traditional duration based advertising and a programmatic focus.

Topics Discussed
  • What is programmatic advertising?
  • What are the key components of a programmatic advertising strategy?
  • How can I combine my existing job board advertising while I transition towards pay per performance?
  • Understanding the challenges and deliverables in both
  •  … and much more!
Who Spoke
Event Partner

We are the global leader in job distribution and recruitment advertising, connecting more than 7.000 job boards and 100+ ATS and CRM systems, enabling us to deliver the right applicants to the right job at the right time. Our technology distributes millions of jobs and candidates for more than 90% of the world’s top 20 Staffing Agencies and more than 15% of Forbes top 100 companies.

Our 20 years of recruitment technology expertise, including the latest innovations in recruitment software and artificial intelligence and a wealth of 5 billion + points of data on recruitment advertising performance, allows us to provide robust insights into the future of hiring.

It is our goal to help our 3000 clients+ globally optimise their recruiting strategy, cut costs, increase recruiter efficiency and drive maximum impact with their hiring campaigns.

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