This new partnership is part of our ongoing strategy to enable our clients to efficiently post directly from their chosen job distribution platform.
The integration allows idibu clients to link with the world’s only social media broadcast system with its own social media distribution network.
Choobah clients have the ability to considerably increase their social media reach of active jobseekers via the Choobah network. This network connects to social channels such as Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn, Pintrest, Reddit posting roles to groups created by Choobah based on users’ interest, location and job category. This means jobs can be socially targeted to additional relevant audiences.
Choobah can deliver huge brand exposure over these social channels helping recruiters to increase the number of applications per role.
Other social media platforms such as Xing and Instagram are currently in development.
Phase 1 of integration is complete enabling clients to multi-post to Choobah via idibu.
Director of Sales and Marketing Alice Bardwell explains;
“After being in the industry for over 13 years, I’m aware that this type of integration between our platforms is essential to ensure that client training is timely and that take up of the solution has little or no impact to the existing business work flow.
By posting via idibu you are able to automate existing job posting straight to the hundreds and thousands of candidates directly in the Choobah network.
Integration of this type is a key for clients who manage their job postings in one place and we are excited to be able to offer this type of service to mutual clients. Our joint vision for innovation within the recruitment industry means this partnership is good news for recruiters who want to stay ahead of the game.
Martin Bramall, Managing Director of idibu said;
“We’re really pleased to have added Choobah to our network. The integration means all idibu users can now easily access Choobah’s social media channels and this can only help them build brand awareness and attract more candidates.”