All posts categorized in: Search Quality

Indeed is one of the world’s most powerful search engines, executing billions of searches every month. “Search quality” refers to the process that ensures search results for job seekers are free of spam, predatory offers and misleading listings. Every job that appears in Indeed search results must adhere to the spirit of our commitment to a quality job seeker experience. Blogs in this category help businesses optimize their job postings to provide the best job search experience.

How Search Quality Works at Indeed

This post was updated in June 2019.

At Indeed, our mission is clear: We help people get jobs. We are driven to maintain the best search experience possible for the millions of job seekers who use our site. Our approach stresses simplicity, relevance and above all, a laser focus on what is best for the job seeker. As a result, …

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Expert Roundtable: Would You Prefer to Hire Active or Passive Candidates?

How do you allocate resources to hire both active and passive candidates? Your approach should be based on the performance data of your hiring campaigns.

Is it more effective to source employed, passive candidates or vet the active ones who have already sought out and applied for your jobs? Both tactics are effective for talent acquisition teams, but the leading organizations focus on inbound recruiting tactics to target active candidates and resort to outbound tactics to source passive candidates for chronically unfilled positions.

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3 Reasons to Use Candidate Personas in Your Recruitment Strategy

Talent attraction teams can use candidate personas to better understand the people their looking to recruit

This post was updated in June 2019.

What does your ideal hire look like? What characteristics and experience will make them successful? Your talent attraction teams can begin collectively answering these kinds of questions with the help of candidate personas, a resource that can enhance your recruitment strategy by taking a research-driven approach to understanding your candidate audience.

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