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SEEK increases job advert expiry to 45 days

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 5:34pm Sunday 17 May 2009    Print Article

Great news for all SEEK advertisers. They have changed the default job advert expiry length from 30 days to 45 days! Oh no, hang on... on second look, this only applies for jobs posted under the SEEK Ltd advertiser account.

The Strategy Analyst role currently live on SEEK was posted (refreshed) on 2nd April. Today is the 17th May, this equates to 45 days. I remember a post by Geoff Jennings last year SEEK Job Never Expire

"One rule for us, another rule for our advertisers."





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 marketing (10:35am Tuesday 19 May 2009)

So Seek aren't entitled to change their own rules for their own website? This is your biggest complaint about Seek? - that they've have changed something about their own company, and that they use their own company to advertise their new staffing positions differently?

What should Seek do? hmmm... lets see....:
Hello Mr Seek,
Well Hello Mr Seek,
I have a job ad which is about to expire,
Why yes you do Mr Seek,
Could I perhaps pay myself to not have my job ad expire?
Why yes, yes you can
Wonderful now let me get my wallet out and pay myself to renew an ad for me.

Pssh.


 Thomas Shaw (11:22am Tuesday 19 May 2009)

I don't have a problem with their own advertising.

There is an error in their code which will not expire the adverts.


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