ITcareers.com eNewsletter Recruiting Program Reaches 7.8 Million Monthly Deliveries
SOUTHBOROUGH, MA — OCTOBER 19, 2000 — ITcareers.com, the exclusive careers channel of ITworld.com, announces the availability of IT Job Spots(TM), the world's largest opt-in eNewsletter recruiting program. With the addition of selected newsletters from ITworld.com, Network World, InfoWorld, and IDG.net, ITcareers.com now delivers more than 7.8 million IT Job Spots to IT professionals every month.
Additionally, ITcareers.com's recently expanded careers database now features the best IT jobs in America with listings from Computerworld's "Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT."
"The IT Job Spot program is an innovative way to put recruiting messages directly into packaged bundles of widely read, subscriber-based eNewsletters. It's an effective and targeted method of reaching these passive job seekers at work," said Mark Williams, chief operating officer of ITcareers.com. "We have permission to email 175,000 Java professionals and 363,000 eBusiness consultants and managers, as well as 143,000 professionals focusing on wireless technologies and 88,000 working in security – no one else can deliver this many enterprise IT professionals. As the demand for IT professionals is at an all-time high, IT Job Spots give talent-starved employers the opportunity to intercept this audience at their desktop – before they start an active job hunt."
For more information about eRecruiting techniques, including the IT Job Spot program, see the white paper: "Internet 2000: Email Newsletters Deliver for Recruiters" which can be accessed at:
While IT Job Spots gain the attention of passive candidates, ITcareers.com offers active job seekers a database of the best IT jobs in the US and a $100,000 incentive to receive job alerts from ITcareers.com. ITcareers.com's newly expanded careers database is populated with job opportunities offered by the winners of this year's highly coveted Computerworld's "Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT." Top 100 employers including Cisco, T Rowe Price, Intel, Charles Schwab, United Stationers, Harley Davidson, Wal-Mart, Analog Devices, State Street Bank and KPMG have listed their jobs in the ITcareers.com database. Job seekers who register to receive the Top 100 jobs via email alerts are eligible to enter a $100,000 sweepstakes offering a chance to win prizes such as a new BMW, a Caribbean cruise or $25,000 in cash. (Complete sweepstakes rules are available at http://www.itcareers.com/cwtop100/rules.html.)
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