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11:19 am on Jun 20, 2017 (gmt 0)

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Google has now opened up its Jobs Search so that developers and site owners to add their content.

All that's required is the appropriate mark up, including <lastmod>, and the submission of a sitemap with the accurate <lastmod> date.

Here's details of the the job posting structured markup [developers.google.com] and guidelines.

Google says that people already posting at LinkedIn, Monster, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, and Facebook may also appear, too.

For bigger sites, with more than 100,000 postings, or 10,000 changes per day you'll need to "express interest" through this application. [docs.google.com...]
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11:48 am on June 20, 2017 (gmt 0)

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nice; in short: next to the shop owners google planning to kill another businesses
7:54 pm on June 21, 2017 (gmt 0)

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What is interesting to me is that Google releases things initially as a free solution and then later on makes them pay to play, if they're profitable. I'm curious what the strategic considerations were of linked in and glassdoor when deciding whether to, or whether to not participate...is the short term boost in interactions to their listings worth the potential cost in terms of keeping people potentially in product vs. on google....
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nice; in short: next to the shop owners google planning to kill another businesses


Google continues to attack its own ecosystem
7:06 pm on June 26, 2017 (gmt 0)

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Dear Jobs Board Scrapers, including Indeed.com, et al:

Bend over.

You'll feel some discomfort . . as we insert umm . . job listings directly in the SERPs . . but it's only momentary discomfort.

Then you die.

Man, I'd hate to be a venture capital firm that be big on the likes of Indeed.com . . which has been spending heavily on ads . . presumably in anticipation of an IPO.
 

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