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SEEK mobile

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 5:47pm Sunday 31 October 2010    Print Article

In what is shaping up to be a "battle for the mobile job seeker". SEEK has finally released the first stage of its mobile arsenal. The new SEEK mobile website is a very simple site that automatically detects and then redirects users who view the main site to the mobile version

The SEEK mobile site is less bulky than MyCareer's iPhone app, and is available on all mobile devices (NOT just limited to the iPhone like most other job boards and recruitment agencies).

Advertisers with Premium and StandOut job ads are not forgotten. Premium job ads really STAND OUT at the top of search results.

The site has all the standard bells and whistle functions/features of other mobile job sites including..
  • Job seekers can register or login to their existing SEEK account.
  • Users can save (shortlist) jobs and searches to their SEEK account and apply at a later stage via the main website.
  • Ability to forward jobs to a friend
  • Switch from mobile to the standard site at any time (vice verca)


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Article Tags: seek seek mobile mobile recruitment mobile job search iphone app job board mobile job site mobile recruiting

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 Kitty (12:20pm Sunday 28 November 2010)

Well it is nice to hear that SEEK.COM.AU has finally come to the party with some thing for the iPhone.

How ever one of the main issues I personally have is that when I check my SEEK email on my iPhone and select a job link, which automatically opens Safari I get a message then saying that "Safari cannot open the page due to too many redirects". Even if I trying just going to it comes up with the same issue.

 Carey Eaton (9:06am Monday 29 November 2010)

Hi Kitty

Thanks for the feedback. The issue you've mentioned is a Safari / iPhone issue rather than a SEEK issue but if you email me your contact details to ceaton at I'll arrange for one of our team to call you to sort it out.

 Matthew (9:38am Sunday 09 January 2011)

So it's available on every phone browser? Then why can't my phone access the mobile seek website?

 Jimi (6:40pm Saturday 11 February 2012)

I'd rather have a iPhone app than have to deal with safari.

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