Recruitment websites adapt to serve employers and jobseekers New 2013 Recruitment Advertising Annual, a special edition of Classified Intelligence Report

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla., Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Recruitment advertising sites worldwide are moving beyond "social-mobile" as they increase ad volume and traffic, and in some cases, revenue. This global transition is crucial in order to help both employers and jobseekers match open positions and / or jobs as global economies recover, a new report shows.

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The new 2013 Recruitment Advertising Annual, a special edition of Classified Intelligence Report, showcases the changes in recruitment advertising and the tactics and strategies used by more than 90 leading recruitment sites worldwide in 30 countries.

"Recruitment advertising media are making major investments in mobile technology and social media as they deal with a change from the 'post and hire' environment to an environment where companies have to actively recruit new employees based on key characteristics, skills and social profiles," said Peter M. Zollman, founding principal of the AIM Group, which published the report.

"The fast pace of evolution in recruitment advertising is a tough challenge for advertisers, employers and recruitment ad media. This report includes valuable information on the best innovations and market leaders around the world."

The report includes an overview of the first European Job Board Summit in London and an analysis of Monster Worldwide, one of the world's leading recruitment sites --- which has made significant upgrades but is also making headlines for layoffs and a potential sale of the company.

The 148-page report from the AIM Group includes more than 90 charts and graphics. The report is available for $795 / €608 by clicking here: 2013 Recruitment Advertising Annual. It is sold with a money-back guarantee.

Note to editors: Zollman and AIM Group editorial director Jim Townsend are available for interviews or background information. Zollman: 407-788-2780 / peterz@AIMgroup.com; Townsend: 713.550.0699/ jimt@AIMgroup.com. For free media copies of the report for editorial use, call 407-788-2780 or email info@AIMgroup.com.

About the AIM Group: The AIM Group, formally the Advanced Interactive Media Group LLC, is the world's leading consultancy in interactive media and classified advertising. It publishes Classified Intelligence Report, the continuous advisory service known as "the bible of the classified advertising industry." Founded in 1998 and based near Orlando, Fla., the AIM Group works with leading media companies, dot-coms, broadcasters, yellow-page publishers and technology companies. It provides strategic and tactical consulting; sales training; proprietary and published research about interactive media; and other services.

Media Contact: Jennifer Waxman-Loyd The AIM Group, Advanced Interactive Media Group  LLC, 407.949.4444, jenniferl@aimgroup.com

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SOURCE The AIM Group, Advanced Interactive Media Group LLC



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