eQuest: Five Best Free Sites for U.S. Job Advertisements

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<p><strong>San Ramon, Calif. &mdash; Sept. 20</strong><br />eQuest, a global provider of job posting and Internet management services, has completed its analysis of hundreds of free job boards to determine the most effective free posting Web sites in the United States.<br /><br />The boards were measured using several technology indicators that calculate overall candidate traffic patterns and job board advertising effectiveness. They do not indicate hiring results.</p><p>Results were measured during a three-month study between June 1 and Aug. 31 on a sample of 15,000 job postings delivered to each job board in the eQuest network. </p><p>Jobster sealed the No. 1 position, with more than 36,000 responding candidates.</p><p>The Ladders made an impressive jump from last quarter&rsquo;s statistics, coming in second, with a little more than 33,000 responding candidates.</p><p>GoogleBase came in third place, with more than 21,000 candidates responding to job advertisements.</p><p>SimplyHired garnered fourth, place with 9,100 respondents.</p><p>Indeed.com dropped from first to fifth place, returning only 5,500 candidates.<br /><br />The study eliminated job boards that distribute its database of jobs to other job sites to artificially increase their candidate traffic flow.<br /><br />eQuest established the free job board certification program in April 2006. </p><p>The program is the first job distribution company to harvest traffic trending data on job boards. </p><p>Only job boards meeting eQuest&#39;s strict standards will be awarded certification and admission into the eQuest FreeBug Network (an unlimited network offered to its customers).<br /><br />”FreeBug” is an acronym for Free Board User Group.</p>

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