More NewsComputerJobs.com Takes Out Ads on Yahoo!

ComputerJobs.com Takes Out Ads on Yahoo!

ComputerJobs.com, a job site thatspecializes in information technology opportunities, on Friday said it hadmade an advertising deal with Yahoo!,which involves key word buys and category-specific placements for banner ads.

ComputerJobs.com, a job site that specializes in information technology opportunities, on Friday said it had made an advertising deal with Yahoo, which involves key word buys and category-specific placements for banner ads.

The jobs site will receive banner advertisements on search result pages for employment- and IT-related keyword searches. Its ads will also appear in Yahoo Classifieds and Yahoo Careers. Spending for the campaign wasn’t disclosed.

ComputerJobs.com is also running a promotion, which will be accessible through Yahoo It’s giving away two desktop computers, and other prizes with a total value of $40,000.

The jobs space, of which ComputerJobs.com is a part, has been a highly competitive arena of very active advertisers, from Monster.com, to HotJobs.com, to kforce.com.

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