I’ve had nothing but good experiences with Indeed. I’ve found great people there (mostly designers) for past companies with Indeed.
Co-founder - NiftyImages
With Indeed, you get a lot of noise but it also brings you traction. The downside is that you need to be active and search and I do not really have the time for that.
Founder & CEO - Nanit
When we have an opening we advertise it on Indeed.com. We also use our own website, Facebook and Twitter.
Co-founder & CEO - Breeze
Indeed is also great because so many people are using it.
Founder & CEO - Cheekd
Indeed’s cost is really low, and the search usually provides pretty good results.
Co-founder & CTO - Valify
We managed to get a really good CTR rate in terms of audience targeting and got really good results from Facebook Ads. With the other 3, applicants do roll in, but Facebook Ads are really good because of the content and being able to pinpoint our target audience directly (something that isn’t as strong in Craigslist or Indeed).
Co-founder - Beau
We’ve had success with all 3 of these recruiting platforms and have helped in their own way.
Founder & CEO - MyTime
Craigslist and Indeed are not bad, but it can be hard to get interest at each new school. We just expanded to a campus in Georgia, and we need a lot of drivers, and we’re not getting many hits from Craigslist or Indeed. We’ve found way more people via Facebook, Twitter and reps at each school just handing out flyers to students.
Founder & Owner - Campus Delivery
We chose Indeed because it has a large recruiting pool. We have also used a startup called Planted that takes recent college grads and puts them into entry-level jobs at different startups. It didn't work for us because we're in Greenwich, CT, but it's a good service. They found us great people, but no one accepted the job because no one wanted the commute. It would probably work well if you were in New York City or Los Angeles.
VP Finance & Operations - willa
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