Why aren’t job boards embracing Big Data? Jeff Dickey-Chasins, the “job board doctor,” says it’s because customers (i.e. recruiters / their companies) aren’t demanding it, and there aren’t enough vendors to make it ubiquitous.
In a blog post on his site, “Should job boards ignore Big Data?,” Dickey-Chasins says they need to jump in. CareerBuilder’s digging into data with its Broadbean product. An
On Aug. 9 we wondered out loud (here) why the successful niche job site Experteer.de would want to partner with general job site Monster in Germany. From outside, the disadvantages of the partnership for Experteer seemed t
Monster Worldwide reported Q2 revenue of $180 million, beating slightly analysts’ expectations but losing 7.2 percent on a year-over-year basis.
The company reported 10 cents earning per share, beating estimates by 2 cents. It was enough to lift shares to a 52-week high of $6.97 (NYSE:MMW) and raising the company’s market cap to $621.53 million.
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Jobs site Monster is double the size of job search engine Indeed on the measure that matters, namely revenue.
In the absence of reliable financial performance numbers, we often look at the next-best measures for size and success, such as audience, page views and ad listings numbers. On these measures Indeed has been outperforming Monster since roughly 2010, according to Indeed’s own public stat
Australia-based job-training firm Acquire Learning & Careers Pty Ltd has bought controlling interest of CareerOne, the recruitment portal that had been jointly owned by Monster Worldwide and News Digital Media Pty Ltd, part of News Corporation.
Acquire reportedly paid just over $20 million AUD (about $15.85 million USD) to Monster and News, to give the new owner 80 percent ownership in Care
Ted Gilvar, Monster Worldwide's EVP and chief marketing officer for global, is joining VoIP provider Vonage as CMO.
Gilvar will make the change later this month, Fierce Telecom newsletter reported. Gilmar will oversee all of Vonage's marketing strategy across bu
According to search engine marketing expert and WordStream founder Larry Kim, LinkedIn ads "stink" because LinkedIn's marketing of them and marketing delivered by them are also odoriferous.
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