www.therecruitmentexchange.com (t-ReX) is a new Free Post online recruitment portal aiming to be the UKs leading Web 2.0 job site, a combination of job-board and social networking site with blog networks, profiles, forums and a unique Pay Per Click and Pay Per Action directory. Affiliate bloggers can show their own PPC and PPA prices and advertise them to clients and clients can select their own affiliates from the directory based on price or unique hits per day etc.
The site has just moved onto a live server and is ready to accept Free job postings now directly or through Broadbean and Conkers.
There are a number of early bird offers such as Free Micro-site builds and hosing. Companies and individuals are invited to contact the recruitment exchange about running one of the Official t-ReX sector blogs. There will be one Official sector blog per sector and each will regularly feature on our homepage offering excellent free PR proving that you or your company is an expert in your field, the only thing we ask is that Official t-ReX blogs maket a couple of informative and current posts per week said t-ReXs CEO. We are a new company and hope we can gain the support of the UKs recruitment industry we have looked at everything we think they may need and believe the recruitment exchange is a step in the right direction he also commented.
Jobseekers can create a professional blog/s on site and can choose to link it to their main CV making it Boolean searchable. The blog can hold all their other CV variations, testimonials, be topical or even a portfolio where a pictorial presentation is important like web design or construction/civil eng. Jobseekers can also build a personal blog and use the forum to communicate with other based on personal interests.
All blogs/profiles can link out to existing profiles so employers only have to visit the Recruitment Exchange to see the candidates/companies whole online
presence. Also you can link/join to other members and create communities based on similar interests. Recruitment Exchange is the strongest combination yet between a social networking and a job-board site.
Company blogs and micro-sites
Consultancies and Employers can create professional blogs and micro-sites on site. The Micro-site can advertise the corporate line to jobseekers but the blog can show the human side of what its really like to work their, who works there?