Nine and Indeed have recently announced a major new partnership which will see the leading global job site leverage the audience of major titles, including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian Financial Review.
The long-term partnership began today with wraparounds on all of Nine’s major newspapers and will extend across multiple platforms, with Indeed to take out key section sponsorships of both the MyCareer and Money websites and have in-article job listings across smh.com.au, theage.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au and WAToday.com.au.
“This is a landmark partnership for both us and Indeed,” said Matt Rowley, Nine’s Director of Sales – Publishing. “In choosing to partner in depth with powerful brands like The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian Financial Review, Indeed is recognising the influential audience of businesses and jobseekers they can reach each and every day through our titles, both online and in print.”
The partnership will also include a branded content series, a dedicated jobs forecast distributed through Nine’s mastheads, and a weekly sponsored Ask the Expert section in My Career.
“Indeed’s mission is to help people get jobs. Every month more than four million job hunters in Australia come to Indeed to find jobs that can’t be found on any other site,” said Paul D’Arcy, Senior Vice President of Marketing for Indeed.
“However, there are many more people we want to help. This partnership connects Indeed to communities all over Australia through Nine’s incredible national reach. We hope that this commitment to Australia takes us one step closer to achieving our mission.”
Indeed is the number one job website in the world, with over 250 million unique visitors every month.
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