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  • Indeed Slips Past Monster, Now Largest Job Site By Unique Visitors

    Indeed Slips Past Monster, Now Largest Job Site By Unique Visitors

    In October, Job search engine Indeed.com slipped past Monster.com to become the largest job site in the U.S. According to comScore, 12.3 million people visited Indeed in October, up 19.6 percent. Monster.com attracted 12.1 million people, and CareerBuilder.com came in third with 11.3 million job seekers. It is still pretty close, with Indeed just barely edging out Monster. But this could… Read More

  • Does Monster's Acquisition Of Yahoo! HotJobs Matter If The Internet Is The Job Board?

    Does Monster's Acquisition Of Yahoo! HotJobs Matter If The Internet Is The Job Board?

    (Editor’s note: Centralized Web job boards are in decline. Dan Finnigan, CEO of Jobvite, explains why in this guest post. Previously, he was Senior VP at Yahoo and GM of HotJobs, and before that a Director on CareerBuilder’s Board as CEO of Knight Ridder Digital. Monster’s acquisition of Yahoo HotJobs signals a significant landscape change for a job board industry… Read More

  • Indeed Now Gets The Most Pageviews For Job Searches In The U.S.

    Indeed Now Gets The Most Pageviews For Job Searches In The U.S.

    With the unemployment rate still above 9 percent, a lot of people are hitting the job boards. One set of companies that are growing under these conditions, at least in terms of Website traffic, are the job search engines. But the one that seems to be growing the fastest is Indeed. In July, Monster’s job search engine was up 33 percent in U.S. pageviews, CareerBuilders’ was up… Read More