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Grand opening offer for Recruiters

Published: Thursday 27th October 2016

Recruiters – buy one Job Advert and get one free. But hurry, our Grand Opening Offer closes 31st October 2016. So, form an orderly queue, come and register with Zoek and start enjoying the buzz surrounding the new job search app. Job postings start from just £25. We’re sure we can Zoek the competition so give us a try and let’s get to know each other. Come on in and register today.

Where did Zoek come from?

Zoek began in March 2015 with a vision from serial recruitment entrepreneur Matthew Sanders. He knew that job boards were inefficient and produced many irrelevant job matches when a candidate searched, and wanted to find a better way.

Where other job boards use a simple word-match to produce dozens of irrelevant job matches, Zoek uses machine learning to present more relevant job matches for the candidate. This technology has been refined since the first version, and the 2.0 job search app was launched with a nationwide TV campaign on October 9. It’s time for the job search industry to be Zoeked with a better experience for both candidate and recruiter. Because we believe there has to be a better way.

But why should Recruiters register?

We’re sure you know that Zoek is designed BY recruiters FOR recruiters. Zoek kicks off each year, showing no signs of slowing down! The UK’s fastest growing intelligent job matching board is committed to attracting more and more candidates by heavily investing in nationwide campaigns. With thousands of unique job hunters every day and a TV advertising campaign running nationwide our candidate pool is soaring. Zoek use machine learning to give you the best matched candidates for your jobs. By targeting the most suitable, we cut the number of unsuitable applicants you need to process through our shiny new and super easy to use Hirer Portal. If you

Faster, smarter recruiting. It’s what we do! Sign up now on Zoek.

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