Indeed Job Search Moves Ads Out Of Beta & Q&A With CEO, Paul Forster

Indeed, a job search engine, announced last week that it officially launched its pay per click network (the system had been in beta since mid-2005).

CEO Paul Forster sat down with me for an introduction to the company: “The job search market is very fragmented. There are 1000s of different places to search which makes it very difficult for seekers to do a comprehensive search. Indeed saves people time, enables people to find unique jobs, and also to find sources of jobs that they normally wouldn’t have heard of. We’ve put a lot of work into the search algorithm.”

Read the full interview at VerticalSearch.

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