More NewsCareerBuilder Signs Premier Advertiser Pact With Lycos

CareerBuilder Signs Premier Advertiser Pact With Lycos

Targeted interactive recruiting services provider CareerBuilder Inc. signed a deal tobecome a premier advertiser across the Lycos network of sites.

Targeted interactive recruiting services provider CareerBuilder Inc. signed a deal to become a premier advertiser across the Lycos network of sites.

Sites include HotBot, Wired News, HotWired, Webmonkey and Suck.com. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

CareerBuilder.com will receive prominent placement on each site, providing visitors with direct access to over two million jobs on the Internet via the company’s trademarked Mega Job Search, which lists more than two million job postings.

Visitors or job seekers can register for CareerBuilder.com’s Personal Search Agent service that automatically notifies them when jobs match their criteria. Employers who post job listings have access to over seven million IT and managerial candidates.

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