Vidit Saxena
Vidit Saxenacreator of @Unwander

Is there a tool that can notify me when a company posts a job on their job page?

Hi - Everytime I find a cool company, I check out their jobs page and look if a specific job is available. I am looking for something that can notify me via an email at least as soon as the job gets available. Anything that does that?
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    VisualPing

    Get notified on visual changes of a website or website area

    Pavan Sethi
    Pavan Sethi19building things. · Written
    I haven't personally used this for your purpose, but this tool can detect changes to a website and notify you by e-mail. Additionally, you could set up Google alerts to e-mail you if the company mentions hiring elsewhere on the web. Also, I think it's important to mention that if you find a cool company, don't worry so much about what they specifically post on their jobs page. Reach out to them directly (by cold e-mailing or reaching out to your network for an intro), explain why you love the company and how you can add value. Good luck!
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  2. Tom Charde
    Tom ChardeBrand + UX + Web Strategist · Written
    You can set Distill.io to monitor an entire web page -- or just certain areas/elements. The latter is helpful if the page has a lot of dynamic content, but you only want to be notified if a specific text box changes. (For example, a company homepage may have a new blog post every day, while new jobs may only show up once every few weeks. Instead of monitoring the entire page, which would trigger daily alerts of the blog post changes, you can set it to only look at a specific area of the page -- such as the job feed box.) You get to choose the frequency that it checks for changes -- from every 5 seconds to every 30 days. And there are different types of alert notifications to choose from (email, browser alerts, etc).
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  3. Mike Linsi
    Mike LinsiDo some stuff, now! · Written
    Hi, I once built a small tool. More for site owners. So you can scan your pages easy for visual diff. Try it
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