JobsPikr 2.0

Clean and up-to-date job data directly from company websites

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Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
What is the big update?
Arpan JhaMaker@arpan_jha
@bentossell The first version of JobsPikr was launched on Product Hunt two months back to help job boards, recruitment agencies and labour market research firms access publicly available job data present on the company websites in ready-to-use format. The version two of JobsPikr comes with major overhauls and improvements after carefully considering the feedback from early users and our internal data. Many of our existing subscribers are companies that cater to specific industries such as software, energy, healthcare, etc. Although we already had provision to select sites based on geography, we realized that a filter to select industries would significantly help our customers. Now, users can select the sites to get job feeds from the geography and/or industry they serve. For example, a recruitment agency catering to Australian healthcare market can easily get job data from the websites of Australian companies operating in the healthcare space. The previous version offered job feeds based on pre-packaged bundles of sites. It restricted our users from selecting only the sites they needed as the bundles came with at least 50 sites. The upgraded version has a flexible site selection process -- it allows users to handpick certain sites or select all sites with a single click from relevant region and industry. The pricing has gone through major restructuring. We’ve managed to make the subscription fee more affordable by directly mapping it to the number of sites selected by customers.Users can also get free job feeds from up to 10 sites, for three months by simply tweeting about JobsPikr. Subscription can also be extended by another three months by tweeting again. It’s forever free! Apart from the above-mentioned changes, we also made significant improvements to the core machine learning algorithm for data extraction and more than doubled the number of sites available in our current pool. We firmly believe that with these updates, we’ll continue to add great value to our customers and help them succeed.
Micael Dias@micael_dias · Founder, Mr. Opus
@bentossell it's not the mobile website. That's unusable.