Choosing Between CPC and Flat Fee

Read this for an overview of CPC and Flat Fee posts Although we offer employers the ability to choose whether or not they want to sponsor their jobs by...

Performance vs. Flat Fee Overview

We have always believed that the best way to build our product is to be flexible. That belief is one of the primary reasons that we offer both performance-based...

Jump Start Your Sourcing With Candidate Invites

When you choose the Upward Post to promote your opening, we allow you to jump start your candidate sourcing efforts by inviting candidates from our job seeker database. Many...

Auto-Reposting With Upward – When/Why You Should Consider It

Deciding how much to spend is one of the more angst inducing decisions you have to make when you are deciding where to promote your job opening. You don’t...

Buying Job Posts On Upward and Sending Traffic To Your ATS

We designed Upward’s product so that you can maximize the distribution of your job postings across the Internet and gather the best pool of candidates to fill your position....

Best Practices For Choosing Job Board Sources

When using Upward, you can use the Upward post to automatically optimize your job distribution to over 100 sites across the Internet or choose specific premium sites that you...

Upward Flat Fee Pricing: How It Works

When choosing to post your open positions with Upward, you have the ability to control the number of job views it will receive from job seekers. With our flat...

What to Do About Hiring During the Holidays?

“A seed today is a forest tomorrow” Matshona Dhliwayo It’s mid-December, the holidays are here, and you are in charge of hiring. It’s easy to fall into the notion...

Treat Your Candidates Like a Bottle of Champagne

Ever had a list of amazing applicants, contacted them all, and none of them responded? Or maybe your dream applicant is at the top of your inbox… but they...

The End of the Sandwich Ninja

Let’s face it, it’s really hard to hire today, especially for entry level and hourly positions. Unemployment is very low at 3.6% (or 5.9 million people), and the latest...