Dublin, Ireland Ireland (PressExposure) April 24, 2007 -- Facing the increasing competition between job sites, the recently started Internet search portal better-job-offers.com criticises sites that do not show any interest in sharing their results. Due to their advertising deals, most sites try to lure job seekers on their virtual premises, which can increase disorientation between users.
As announced by better-job-offers.com marketing manager Robert Koch, the siteâs search engine experts do not approve that some providers are not willing to share their results. âBeing such an important topic to society in general, we cannot understand why some sites refuse collaboration. Of course, the economic side of our portal matters to us. But making business within this sector means to accept oneâs social responsibility,â he added.
The increasing number of new job sites had led job seekers to experience disorientation, as shown by the first user feedbacks. The portalâs users now appreciate that they can utilize better-job-offers.com as a starting point for finding a job because they also can access results from different job sites and follow the links to additional providers. Trying to constantly enhance their service quality, the search engine experts continuously look out for new partners, not always successfully.
Koch stated, âWe have to serve our customers first. They are the engine of our enterprise. If they want information in first place, we cannot give them advertising instead. And in our particular market, providers should collaborate even more than usually, letting aside the number of visitors for a while.â Correspondingly, better-job-offer.com supplies its clients with links to external pages from other job sites.
The site pursues the objective of providing an overall overview over current offers from job markets worldwide. Consequently, it presents more than 2240 options to specify the desired field of profession and location. Facing its social responsibility, better-jobs-offers.com continuously tries to gain new partners to grant users access to additional employment offers.
Launched this year, the Internet search portal http://www.better-job-offers.com belongs to the European network of vertical sites betterdeals.com. This network aims at providing Internet users with an everyday guide to electronically presented information, products, and services. Constantly evolving since the end of 2003, betterdeals.com is created and managed by Go Advertising Limited, Dublin. ###