Last June Google present job search experience. Due to this, millions of job hunters getting appropriate job opportunity from third-party provider across the web. It’s really a tough job to easily catalogue all job because jobs are posting so frequently. To remove an expired job also necessary because it has no benefit for the customer while we are not accepting any application against that job.
What is Indexing API?
Indexing API will help the website owner to inform Google when job posting pages are included and removed. This allows Google to plan a job posting for a fresh crawl, which will straight impact your traffic and application conversion. This API will help very in Recruitment industry so the person who owns recruitment market will take it on priority.
For now, Indexing API will use those URL only for which Job Posting Structure schema has applied. So as per my understanding, we should apply job posting schema for the whole of the website if your business related to Jobs.
The Indexing API allows any website proprietor to directly notify Google when job posting pages are included or removed. This allows Google to routine job posts for a fresh crawl, which can result in higher quality customer visitors. Currently, the Indexing API can only be used to crawl job posting pages with job posting structured data. For websites with many short-lived pages like job posts, the Indexing API keeps job posts fresh in search results because it allows updates to be forced independently.
Once you click on more jobs it will open a perfect job portal like a Google business listing and if you have already allowed where you are it will get you the jobs near you choices as well. It’s quite simple and fully personalizes website from Google which is the gift for job hunters. They can now choose the job type like fulltime, permanent also industry type. One better search filter is, you can now search job as per the company wise.
The Jobseeker can choose desired keywords which are suggesting by Google. There are several appropriate keywords will be available for simple search. Standard groups like Title, location, date posted, type, company type and employer options are available.