CareerOne.com.au has relaunched its Web site to complete its integration with Monster's global platform.
Michael Harvey, CareerOne CEO, says the new site will deliver users a "world class" experience, "with improved functionality and a raft of enhancements to deliver a far more personalised job-hunting experience".
New features include a personalised homepage for each user,
Marja Pylkkänen has been appointed managing director at Monster Oy as of March 1. She has worked at Monster Oy and its predecessor Jobline.fi for nearly 10 years, lately as product and development director. Pylkkänen reports to Raimo Mäkilä, SVP of marketplaces and she joins the management group of marketplaces' domestic businesses.
So far, reaction to Monster's plan to buy HotJobs from Yahoo has been positive from the ad-publishing community directly affected by the deal, but rather negative from the investment community because of the upfront expense of the acquisition.
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Monster.com, one of the leading global online career and recruitment resources has just reported significant growth statistics from its Career Ad Network. via ComScore's Media Metrix Report. As of September 2009, ComScore reported the Monster network as the 25th most visited ad network, with an estimated reach of 84 million, or 43 percent of the U.S. online audience.
We've said it before: In times when it's difficult to build new revenue, build new markets. American-born recruitment portals Careerbuilder and Monster have been doing just that, reinforcing their positions both domestically and internationally.
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