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As any HR professional can tell you, attracting top talent in today’s competitive job market is no easy task.Rextoys 1 43 scale diecast - 1938-1940 cadillac torpedo v16-teal Nowadays, it’s no longer enough to simply write a compelling job description and hope for the best. With so many opportunities available to job seekers, your first step must be to ensure that your posting can be easily found in online search results.
Just as marketers try to optimize their web pages to rank highly in Google, savvy recruiters optimize their job postings to rank highly in job search engines when candidates do job searches. Therefore, to get the most out of your job postings on Glassdoor and elsewhere, you’ll need to start thinking like a search engine and following best practices for search engine optimization or SEO.
How does that work? To get the inside scoop on what employers can do to optimize their job descriptions, we sat down with the head engineer in charge of Glassdoor’s job search engine, Bhawna Singh. Here are 6 SEO tips to jumpstart your posting performance: Rextoys 1 43 scale diecast - 1938-1940 cadillac v16 coupe de ville closed-cream
Most job seekers search by job title, so knowing how to optimize your title is the first step to getting your job posting in front of qualified candidates. To perform well, keep your title straightforward and consistent with the language typically used in your industry. Steer clear of creative titles like “Excel Wizard” or “Coding Ninja,” as these tend to rank poorly compared to frequently searched titles like “Software Engineer.”
Singh, Senior Director of Engineering for Glassdoor’s job search engine, tells us, “Our algorithm will rank your jobs higher if the job title closely matches what the user typed in the search box.” Rextoys 1 43 scale diecast - 1938-1940 cadillac v16 sedan-met brownSingh adds, “Additional phrases in the title, like ‘apply now’ or ‘competitive salary,’ make it less likely that your job will match well to the user’s query. These types of modifiers are best saved for the job description.”
When it comes to abbreviations, most search engines are advanced enough to recognize commonly used abbreviations such as “Sr.” for “Senior” or “RN” for “Registered Nurse.” However, things start to get tricky when the same abbreviated term may be used among different positions in different industries. To prevent your description from getting advertised in the wrong place, make sure to expand your abbreviations to specify whether your “PA” job is referring to “Physician’s Assistant,” “Production Assistant,” “Personal Assistant,” or “Personal Accountant.”
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Unlike Internet search engines such as Google or Bing, which filter queries through a single generic search field, all major job search sites feature two fields, one for job title and the other for location. Rextoys 1938-40 Cadillac V16 Coupe DeVille Ferme Yellow 1 43 O Diecast Model CarWhen these search engines try to match your job to the user’s query, they match title-to-title and location-to-location.
Users search for specific job titles more than any other group or combination, including location. If your job title is “Assistant Manager North Canton Store” and your location is “North Canton, OH,” including the location within the job title only makes it a less exact match to a job seeker’s query of “Assistant Manager.” To help boost click-through rate, ditch redundant information like location so that your title will more precisely mirror what the job seeker is searching for.
A Precision Pewter Artisan’s Guild Complete Hard Hat Collection Lot 10 pieces revealed that the way people view search results differs from the way we read other kinds of text. As opposed to reading a piece of text line by line from left to right, people consume search results vertically, scanning the beginning portion of results from top to bottom. Applying this to job search results, job seekers scanning through dozens of job results are likely to view just a fraction of job titles, focusing their attention at the beginning.
To make sure that important pieces of information don’t get passed over, orient your job titles so that the most relevant words fall within the scanning window of the first 1-2 words. In the image below, you’ll find an example of a job title not optimized for search result viewing.Rextoys Ford 1935 Break woody wagon made in France 1 43 scale NMIB + leaflet Because the first two words don’t include any job title related terms, it’s more likely that a job seeker will skip over it. Avoid this mistake by beginning your title with the most pertinent words.
When crafting the right title for your job posting, it’s useful to keep length in mind. At Glassdoor, the job search engineering team has found that among the site’s millions of job postings, the most typical length for a job title is between 12-20 characters. What’s more, titles within this range also have the highest click-through rate. Think titles like Product Manager (15 characters); Sales Associate (15 characters); Business Analyst (16 characters); and Non CDL Truck Driver (20 characters).
If your title’s character count falls on either extreme of the range, you run the risk of experiencing a significant decrease in your number of click-throughs.Rg Bespoke 1 43 Super Aguri Honda Sa06B Takuma Sato Japan Gp Sa06 For example, on Glassdoor, job titles over 60 characters get clicked on about half as often as titles in the 10-20 character range.
If this is the case for you, consider either shortening or extending your job title to fit within the 12-20 character range. Look into what titles are most commonly used in your industry for the level and skill you’re looking for. Ri4369-fiat 18 BL pirelli 1917 1 43 Figure Model RC CarIf you’re worried about your title not being detailed enough, remember that you can always provide more detail later on in the description.