As promised last December, Indeed Resume is now available for subscriptions for employers and recruiters; giving them an access to the contact details of up to 100 job-seekers a month. Those who are already registered as featured employers will continue using contacts until the end of the first quarter.
In December 2017, global jobs search engine Indeed.com announced that it would adopt a subscription model in for Indeed Resume in 2018. The feature houses the world’s largest database of resumes (more than 100 million). The subscription costs $100 U.S. a month for access to names and contacts of 30 job seekers and $250 U.S. a month for 100 candidate profiles.
“In this new subscription model, searching the database will remain free,” Indeed’s blog said. “Unused contacts will be valid for use six months after they have been granted and you’ll receive [two contact] credits for candidate responses.”
Indeed.com, owned by Japan’s staffing giant Recruit Holdings, is busy turning to subscription models for many of its services. Available in more than 60 countries, the site attracts the biggest audience amongst all the job sites. It saw 407 million visits in February, compared to Monster’s 25.7 million, Seek’s 22.7 million and CareerBuilder’s 16.5 million, according to traffic stats site SimilarWeb.