Julianne Joseph 5 months, 1 week ago
Is it a prepaid deal with the $0.25 – $1.50 per click? If so, is there a time limit if there hasn’t been enough clicks to fulfill the prepaid amount and do you get reimbursed if there is a time limit? What’s the minimum package deal and what all comes with it? Is there a deal where you pay a fix amount monthly for unlimited clicks? Or can there be a balance to pay at the end of the month after it’s known for sure how many clicks there was in that month? I know that’s a lot of questions but i’m just trying to get some clarification. Thank you1 Reply
Laura HandrickModerator5 months, 1 week ago
I’m guessing you’re talking about pay per click job ad sponsoring with Indeed? (If not, forgive me).
With Indeed, you can post jobs for free. But if you want to sponsor those jobs so that they rise to the top of job seeker’s search results, you can set a budget, say $20/day, and then pay for each job seeker that clicks on your ad. Once you run out of money, your job no longer gets shown at the top of the list (it’s still there, just not at the top of the search results.)
You can contact one of the sales reps for special pricing, say if you want to set a budget of $400 a month or so. They’ll work with you based on the number of jobs you’re posting, your budget, etc.
My recommendation would be to select the ‘Contact Sales’ option from the website to have a sales rep answer your questions about getting unlimited clicks.
Meanwhile, here are a few articles that may help clarify how Indeed works.1 Reply
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