vetsonlinejobs | Madgex

Veterinary Business Development (VBD) – the UK’s leading veterinary publisher – have announced a huge increase in their online recruitment revenue since the launch of their new job board vetsonlinejobs.

Since launching their improved online recruitment service on the Madgex platform in March 2014, VBD are already experiencing huge success with their new job board and have tripled their online revenue.

The publisher, whose market leading titles include Veterinary Times and VN Times has seen some impressive statistics since its launch 6 months ago:

  • 118% increase in unique visitors

  • 157% increase in applications.

  • 122% increase in mobile and tablet traffic

The launch of their new online offering has also seen the publisher’s print revenue grow significantly, with a number of new multimedia advertising bundles proving popular with clients.

Built on the Madgex responsive platform, vetsonlinejobs features the latest innovations in job board technology. Jobseekers have access to a range of tools to keep up to date with the latest vacancies in the veterinary and animal health sector.

Discussing the site’s launch earlier this year, Jo Woods, VBD’s UK Director explained:

“vetsonlinejobs is our response to the growing demand for an intelligent, interactive job site. It was always our aim to put potential candidates in touch with veterinary practices, recruitment firms and other animal health businesses – and yet offer more than the standard package”.

Madgex have worked closely with VBD to deliver a solution to their exact requirements. Discussing VDB’s decision to work with Madgex, Jo continued:

“We needed to team up with a company that had specialist knowledge of recruitment websites and this marked the start of a productive partnership with Madgex.”

“By applying our team’s knowledge of the veterinary market with the technical expertise at Madgex, the idea of vetsonlinejobs was developed. This cements our position as the market leading veterinary communication and recruitment specialist.”

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