Automate Your Job Postings

The easiest way to get job seekers to find your job postings is to automate a job feed from your career section to our web site.

XML feed jobs are displayed in a section below our Sponsored Jobs, but above jobs aggregated from other sites.

How It Works

Your IT department will set it up what's commonly known as an XML feed just once based on the protocol found on this page. Once it's set up, you send us the URL of the XML feed and our software does the rest.

We will download your job postings to our site several times each day. To modify or delete a job posted on our site, simply update the job on your site and after the next scheduled feed download, our site will reflect your changes.

We can accept all of your company's jobs, and our software will use key word search algorithms to decide on which of our 200 niche sites to display your postings. For example, your sales jobs will display on salesjobsnetwork.com, but your IT jobs will display on technologyjobsnetwork.com and possibly softwarejobsnetwork.com.

This search technology will ensure that your jobs are being viewed by the most qualified job seekers using our sites in their job search.

Requirements

Creating an XML file is very easy in most cases. You can print the sample xml file or refer to the example on the right.

  • You must set up the XML feed and host it on your servers.
  • All fields in the XML feed must be present for every job, even if there is no value for that field. Only the title and description are required to have a value.
  • The file must contain UTF-8 characters only.
  • All fields should have opening tags.
  • When you have the XML coding set up, send us the URL of the feed on your server.

Terms of Use

  • All jobs in your feed must be unique.
  • You may not re-feed jobs you are importing from another site.
  • Expired jobs must be removed from your feed.
  • This is a paid service. Please contact us for current rates.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<feed>
  <publisher>Example Job Site</publisher>
  <publisherurl>http://www.examplejobsite.com</publisherurl>
  <lastBuildDate>Mon, 21 Oct 2015 2:32:45 GMT</lastBuildDate>
  <name>Your Company or Job Board name</name>
  <updated>2011-04-21 19:17:09 Date must be in this format</updated>
  <jobs>
    <job>
      <id>1</id>
      <title><![CDATA[Job Title]]></title>
      <wage><![CDATA[Annual income]]></wage>
      <employment_type><![CDATA[Full-Time, etc]]></employment_type>
      <category><![CDATA[Sales, Accounting, etc]]></category>
      <published><![CDATA[2011-04-12 12:27:32 Date must be in this format]]></published>
      <company><![CDATA[Your Company or Client Company]]></company>
      <city><![CDATA[City]]></city>
      <state><![CDATA[State]]></state>
      <zip><![CDATA[5 digit Zipcode]]></zip>
      <url><![CDATA[http://www.url.to/your/job/detail]]></url>
      <description><![CDATA[Job description text.]]></description>
    </job>
    <job>
      <id>2</id>
      <title><![CDATA[Job Title]]></title>
      <wage><![CDATA[Annual income]]></wage>
      <employment_type><![CDATA[Full-Time, etc]]></employment_type>
      <category><![CDATA[Sales, Accounting, etc]]></category>
      <published><![CDATA[2011-04-12 12:37:41 Date must be in this format]]></published>
      <company><![CDATA[Your Company or Client Company]]></company>
      <city><![CDATA[City]]></city>
      <state><![CDATA[State]]></state>
      <zip><![CDATA[5 digit Zipcode]]></zip>
      <url><![CDATA[http://www.url.to/your/job/detail]]></url>
      <description><![CDATA[Job description text.]]></description>
    </job>
  </jobs>
</feed>