More NewsHot Jobs Chooses DoubleClick’s DART Service

Hot Jobs Chooses DoubleClick's DART Service

Hot Jobs Inc. , a provider of onlinerecruiting systems and services, said it signed up to use DoubleClick's DART targeted ad servingtechnology for its recruiting Web site, hotjobs.com.

Hot Jobs Inc., a provider of online recruiting systems and services, said it signed up to use DoubleClick’s DART targeted ad serving technology for its recruiting Web site, hotjobs.com.

This new feature enables companies posting banner advertisements to hotjobs.com to streamline their advertising, reaching only select pools of pre-qualified job seekers, the company said. For example, advertisements can be targeted to reach only job seekers using specific keywords, such as “UNIX” or “lawyer”.

“DART matches advertiser-selected target profiles with individual user profiles and delivers an appropriate targeted ad,” said Kevin O’Connor, CEO of DoubleClick. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

“Coupled with its 18 million hit-per-month average, the introduction of DoubleClick’s DART marks hotjobs.com as the premier site for strategic Internet advertising . . .,” said Richard Johnson, president and CEO of Hot Jobs.

Hot Jobs delivers Web advertising and applicant tracking features to the job board market. Member companies include Andersen Worldwide, AT&T, Cambridge Technology Partners, Cisco Systems, Citibank, Disney, Ford Motor Company, Harvard University, Hewlett-Packard, Merck, Microsoft, Nations Bank and Oracle.

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