Google For Jobs Search

RapidRecruiter.net is fully compliant with the new Google for Jobs Search

 As you may have heard Google launched their  their AI powered job search engine in 2017, which significantly enhances the search experience for users making a job search.  And the good news is that RapidRecruit.net is already integrated with Google job search automatically. No additional steps are needed to be done to make your job postings be indexed by Google.

For employers this feature also brings many benefits:

  • Prominent place in Search results: Your postings are eligible to be displayed in the dedicated Job Search UI, featuring company logo, reviews, ratings, and job details.
  • More, motivated applicants: The new user experience enables job seekers to filter by various criteria like location or job title, meaning you’re more likely to attract applicants who are looking exactly for that job.
  • Increased chances of discovery and conversion: Job seekers will have a new avenue to interact with your postings and click through to your site.

 

How is RapidRecruiter.net integrated with new Google job search?  

RapidRecruiter is using job posting structured data on all job posting web pages to make Google aware it’s indexing the job posting.  

We also automatically let Google know where to get your sitemap to quickly index all the site content.

If you’re not sure whether Google’s indexed your site, we’d recommend submitting your sitemap to Google manually. This would speed up the process of indexing your site and appearing in new search results.

 

What if jobs from your job board are not showing in the new search?

Please note that Google removes all of the duplicate listings that employers post to all job sites. For jobs that appeared on multiple sites, Google will link to the one with the most complete job posting.

So if the majority of jobs on your site are imported from other websites (e.g. via Jobg8 or XML import), Google may display jobs from the original job site instead of your job postings.

Moreover, we’ve noticed that Google is rolling out its changes gradually and not all jobs are indexed yet. So it also may take a while for your jobs to appear in its new search results.