The days of 30 & Out and company pensions are long gone; this audience is looking for people who want to take the money and run. These businesses want to hire freelancers, who can typically be found through portals such as Upwork, Toptal, Elance, Freelancer, Craigslist, 99designs, and Guru in order to find the right people for the job.
Job boards are the number one choice for businesses looking for new staff without the hassle of recruiters or fees. This audience is interested in hiring people via job boards and maybe HR managers, recruiters, or headhunters. They may also be interested in looking for online job boards, such as Robert Half, CareerBuilder, Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, or Monster.
Knowledge is power and what better way to share that power than to teach? People in this audience are businesses that are looking for professors, educators, and educational administrators. They are interested in people who may have past exposure as a school and career counselor.
Time is money and what better way to save on both than to hire a professional. People in this audience are businesses that are looking to work with people in the financial industry. They want to work with financial analysts, traders, regulatory compliance officers, quantitative analysts, marketing managers and portfolio managers.
These businesses are looking to hire someone that can help turn their humans into efficient resources (and no, we don't mean soylent green). They may be interested in compensation and benefits managers, HR managers, labor relations specialists, people in talent acquisition, and training or development managers.
Go for IT! People in this audience are interested in hiring people in the IT field who specialize in software development, computer programming, data management, and computer technicians. Specifically, this audience is looking for people whose occupations are computer programmers, database administrators, computer network architects, computer support specialists, and software developers.
No dotted line here! This audience is composed of businesses that are looking to hire people on the right side of the law. They are searching for people whose occupations are ones, such as lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, judges, hearing officers, arbitrators, judges, and conciliators.
Check up! People in this audience are businesses who are looking to hire those, who specializes in the medical field. They are searching for medical professionals, such as doctors, surgeons, nurses, dentists, veterinarians, physicians, therapists, chiropractors, and podiatrists.
Work in the comfort of your own home. Honestly, who doesn't want that? This audience is composed of businesses looking for those interested in working remotely. They may be researching occupations such as virtual assistants, online tutors or medical coders.
The beginning of all careers starts with staffing and recruiters. Businesses in this audience are looking to hire recruiters and staffers, which may seem a little meta, but in fact, finding quality talent is one of the hardest things to do. They may look for these individuals in places such as Robert Half, CareerBuilder, Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, or Monster.