SOURCE: Appcast.io

Appcast.io

April 14, 2015 07:00 ET

Appcast.io to Highlight Innovative Job Advertising Platform at SHRM Talent Management Conference

LEBANON, NH--(Marketwired - Apr 14, 2015) -

WHO:
Appcast.io™, the first pay-per-applicant job ad exchange

WHAT:
Will showcase its recruitment advertising solution at the SHRM Talent Management Conference.

WHEN:
Monday, April 27 - Wednesday, April 29, 2015 

WHERE:
SHRM Talent Management Conference
Manchester Grand Hyatt
1 Market Place
San Diego, Calif.

Appcast.io will exhibit at Booth No. 303.

DETAILS:
As companies expand hiring and source more candidates, talent management and recruiting leaders are tasked with maximizing the efficiency of advertising their open positions without overspending. In order to achieve this, these leaders need to reconsider how they reach and engage applicants online.

During the SHRM Talent Management Conference, Appcast.io will spotlight its revolutionary job ads platform, designed to help companies find top talent online effectively. Using a pay-per-applicant model, Appcast.io provides talent management and recruitment professionals with increased visibility into recruitment advertising efforts, specifically ROI. With these additional insights and the ability to set budgets as needed, companies can adjust talent acquisition strategies accordingly in order to reach qualified candidates more efficiently.

Attendees of the SHRM Talent Management Conference who wish to learn how Appcast.io works with employers to promote job openings where the best candidates live, work and play online are encouraged to visit the company at Booth No. 303.

About Appcast.io

Appcast.io is a new way to advertise your open jobs on a 'pay-per-applicant' basis across a network of thousands of career and consumer sites. It works with all applicant tracking systems, requires no long-term contracts, and is simple to use. Headquartered in Lebanon, N.H. with offices in Cambridge, Mass., Appcast.io debuted in January 2014 and is the latest business incubated out of StartDateLabs.