SINGAPORE, 13 AUGUST 2013 – Leading online job portal, jobsDB Singapore, had commenced its partnership with Yahoo! on August 1st to create even more opportunities for job seekers in Singapore to find jobs. The strategic alliance gives Yahoo! Singapore’s 5.5 million monthly unique visitors direct access to jobsDB Singapore’s website via a new dedicated icon on the Yahoo! Singapore homepage. This new partnership significantly broadens jobsDB’s reach, benefitting both job seekers and employers alike as Yahoo! is one of the most popular online destinations here.
Furthermore, the partnership will also allow jobsDB’s 22,000+ available jobs – from temporary vacancies to full-time jobs – to be viewed by Yahoo! visitors. This further establishes the job site as a preferred place for employers to reach the widest breadth of potential employment candidates in Singapore.
The move to partner with Yahoo! is one of jobsDB Managing Director Angeli Beltran’s most impactful decisions this year as it is likely to set the stage for other more exciting partnerships to come. “We chose to partner with Yahoo! APAC for two reasons: firstly, because of the sheer volume of visitors frequenting their site on a monthly basis, and secondly, we see a natural fit between the two brands and the user experience we aim to deliver,” said Beltran.
“Since our establishment in 1998, our goal has been to be the undisputed job portal for job seekers To achieve this, we focus our energies on effectively matching making job seekers and employers by providing an accessible, user friendly and current service with the largest database of jobs – to us, this partnership with Yahoo! is a leap forward in this direction.”
“The Yahoo! home page is one of the most visited online destinations in Singapore, and we are always looking to provide our users with compelling reasons to visit us. Preferred placement on our home page provides jobsDB an unparalleled reach among Singaporeans,” commented Kee Jon-Tjin, Sales Director, Yahoo! Singapore.
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