LinkUp is a job board and job search engine that indexes available job openings directly from employer websites. Unlike other job search engines, only current jobs placed by employers on their own company websites will be displayed.
LinkUp does not provide pricing details on their website. Our research indicates that employers can set their own monthly budgets and pay only when a candidate clicks on a sponsored post. Contact LinkUp directly for customized pricing options.
LinkUp is a search engine designed to connect job seekers directly with employers. Only jobs that are posted on official company websites are displayed in the search results. Employers can decide which jobs they want to promote and for how long with a pay-per-click system and their job posts will appear on more than 300 sites.
When candidates find a job listing that catches their eye, they can apply directly on your company website by following the single-click link. Employers can then track campaigns and promote or remove postings at any given time.
- Over 100 million unique monthly visitors.
- Trusted by employers and job seekers.
- Employer job post appears on over 300 partner sites.
- Choose jobs you want to sponsor and how long you want your campaign to run.
- Set your monthly budget and pay only for clicks on your sponsored post.
- Candidates apply for jobs directly on your website via a single click on LinkUp.
- Posting dates are displayed in the search results, giving candidates a better idea of when to apply.
- Your job post must appear on your company website to be indexed by LinkUp.
- No resume database.
- You cannot post a job directly on LinkUp's website.
No external reviews can be found for LinkUp.
How to Post a Job on LinkUp:
LinkUp vs. CareerBuilder:
CareerBuilder offers more services than LinkUp, such as a resume search engine, labor market information, and other recruitment solutions. Unlike LinkUp, which uses a pay-per-click model, CareerBuilder uses a monthly subscription model that is less affordable. LinkUp has more monthly unique visitors.
LinkUp vs. CareerBliss:
CareerBliss and LinkUp are both job search engines, but CareerBliss takes a culture-centered approach by including company employee reviews, salary comparisons, and career resources. LinkUp has ten times more monthly visitors than CareerBliss and while CareerBliss posts to 100 partner sites, LinkUp posts to 300.
LinkUp vs. CareerJet:
CareerJet and LinkUp are both job search engines but CareerJet sources job postings from 58,000 recruitment sites around the world while LinkUp sources from employer member websites only. However, CareerJet drives traffic to the original postings on the recruitment sites, and LinkUp drives job seekers directly to company websites.
January 1, 2009
430 1st Avenue North, Suite 790, Minneapolis, MN 55401
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106 million monthly unique visitors
What is LinkUp?
LinkUp is a job search engine that indexes job postings directly from employer websites. Unlike other job search engines, LinkUp only indexes jobs that are posted by companies on their own websites.
How much does it cost to post a job on LinkUp?
LinkUp's pricing is based on the number of promoted posts and the durations of the posts. Employers only pay when a candidate clicks on their post.
Can I post a job directly on LinkUp's website?
No, your job posting needs to appear on your company website in order to be indexed and promoted by LinkUp.
What types of jobs can I post on LinkUp?
LinkUp indexes jobs from all industries.