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CV-Library Bring Offline Candidates On Board

CV-Library Bring Offline Candidates On Board

CV-Library launches their second offline marketing campaign today their TV advert is being aired in all major gym chains and eye-catching print ads are live in the UK’s largest cities.

The job board’s aim is to attract even more job seekers to their extensive database of five million CVs and cement trust with the brand for both recruiters and candidates. The TV advert will be viewed over 26 million times and their latest London Underground adverts will be seen by over 1.8 million commuters.

CV-Library is also advertising in two of the UK’s busiest train stations Bristol Templemead and Manchester Oxford. Their striking artwork across the stations’ main ticket gates will be seen by over one million train passengers over the next four weeks.

Lee Biggins, Managing Director: “We’re using these campaigns to educate candidates in how to find their next job online as well as re-engaging with users who have already used CV-Library in the past. Our message has remained clear and concise in all of our marketing campaigns driving candidates to the site and increasing job application figures across all sectors.”

The creators of the massively successful MoneySupermarket.com and Confused.com adverts were employed by CV-Library to create the hard-hitting, highly responsive TV advert. The commercial is being aired in leading gym chains across the UK, including Virgin Active, Fitness First, Nuffield and LA Fitness.

Find out more about CV-Library’s offline marketing here: http://www.cv-library.co.uk/advertising-channels.html

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