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Is My Job Board Optimized for Search Engines? (SEO)

Search engines are one of the most important traffic sources for job boards. That's why at JBoard implemented all the best practices to make your job board as search engine friendly as possible.

Here are some of the industry best practices that we implemented:

A Robots.txt file is available for your job board (see an example from our own demo job board)

A Sitemap (sitemap.xml) is generated for your job board, which helps Google index all your pages and keep them up-to-date (see an example from our own demo job board)

Auto-generated SEO-friendly landing pages to help your job board rank for long tail keywords, For example: Product Management Jobs, Product Management jobs in Seattle, Remote Product Management jobs, Senior Product Management jobs.

Ability to update SEO titles, descriptions, and H1 tags text for all pages using our built-in SEO tools.

Automatic Google Jobs Integration, which will allow your jobs to be listed on Google Jobs search.

Google Jobs Indexing API integration to help you speed up the process of getting your job postings on Google Jobs.

A high page speed score is one of Google’s Ranking Factors, so we make sure your job board is super fast.

Your job board can be recognized in the Open Graph, which helps show previews of pages when you share them on social media platforms, like Linkedin, Twitter, etc.

Semantic HTML elements are used, to help search engines find relevant sections of your job board (eg. the article content)

SEO-friendly URLs are generated to help your content rank higher on search engines and make the URLs more readable for your job board visitors.

Built-in SEO-friendly Blog to help you bring targeted traffic to your job board via content marketing.

For more information on how to improve your job board SEO, you can check out this blog post that covers everything you need to know.

Updated on: 15/12/2023

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