You want to automatically publish job ads on Google for Jobs, integrate key figures into your BI system or read out keywords for SEO optimization?
With the SEO for Jobs API you get all information about Google for Jobs from one source.
There are many little things to consider for an optimal listing of job ads on Google. Missing logos, poor formatting or lack of timeliness in job ads are not uncommon.
We at SEO for Jobs are specialists in the field of Google for Jobs and have been dealing with the matter intensively since the beginning.
The SEO for Jobs API combines all this know-how in one central interface and ensures optimal results on Google for Jobs.
Developers will love this interface!
Besides just publishing, updating and deleting jobs on Google for Jobs, the interface also provides information on click counts, keywords and rankings that can be used to optimize job ads and integrated into your Analytics dashboard.
Many companies work with a central system to publish job advertisements on their own career site. This usually involves the use of special applicant management systems such as SAP Success Factors or content management systems such as Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla or Typo3.
With the SEO for Jobs API you have all the tools in hand to synchronize your systems with Google for Jobs. This minimizes the maintenance effort and makes annoying and error-prone copy & paste a thing of the past.
With an error-free and controllable listing of your job ads on Google's job board, the basic requirements are met.
With key performance indicators (KPIs) such as clicks, search terms and positioning of the job ads, you can determine how well your job ads perform on Google. These KPIs also serve as a basis for optimization to achieve even better results.
All this information can also be queried via the SEO for Jobs API and thus integrated into your existing BI system or reporting dashboard, for example.
Flexible integration into existing systems
Retrieval of performance data
Clean listing of job ads on Google for Jobs
All interfaces combined in one API