More NewsJobsOnline Signs With LinkShare

JobsOnline Signs With LinkShare

Employment listing site JobsOnline signed with LinkShare to develop and implement itsaffiliate program on the Web.

Employment listing site JobsOnline signed with LinkShare to develop and implement its affiliate program on the Web.

JobsOnline said it will increase its brand identity by working with the tens of thousands of affiliates available through LinkShare’s affiliate network, and forging strategic relationships with interested Web sites. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

LinkShare specializes in brokering affiliate programs between Web businesses to help them generate revenue for each other. Clients include Dell Computers, Cyberian Outpost, Borders.com, Esprit, 1-800-Flowers, Virtual Vineyards and Omaha Steaks, among others.

JobsOnline provides users with a nationwide database of more than 200,000 job listings and provides career-related news and feature articles through its monthly e-magazine, JobFACTS, salary and benefit information, as well as a Job Aptitude Test that provides immediate feedback for which jobs an individual might be best suited.

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