Creating a list of job portals where “Your Business” jobs are listed.
Go to Google and search for ‘job+YourBusiness’, ‘jobs+YourBusiness’.
Open each site and check the job listing, for eg
Create a seperate spreadsheet to record this data as follows
Go to this spreadsheet and add the link in column A.
Check if they allow links.
If the job listing has a working link to YourBusinessWebsite.com, fill a ‘Y’ in column B and C.
If there is no link, fill a ‘N’ in column B.
Check some other job listings on the same site and see if they allow links. Fill ‘Y’ in column C if the site allows links and ‘N’ if it doesn’t.
Checking if it is a do-follow or no-follow.
Open the web page where there are links (either to YourBusiness or any other website which has posted a job), right click anywhere on the page and select ‘View page source’ as shown below.
Source code page will open up in a separate window
Press ctrl F and find YourBusinessWebsite.com as shown below.
If the link is a nofollow link, it will be followed by a rel=nofollow. You may also search for ‘nofollow’ on the source code page and see if the links are nofollow. If there is no mention of this, the default is a do-follow.
Mention your finding in column D.
Creating a job post with a backlink to the site.
Once the spreadsheet has a good number of job sites with postings from YourBusiness, sort the spreadsheet on column B.\
Visit every page which has a ‘N’ in column B, ‘Y’ in column C and a ‘dofollow’ in column D, login to the job portal with the credentials with which the job listing was originally posted.
Edit the job post and add a hyperlink to YourBusinessWebsite.com.
Some sites automatically add the link. In other cases, open the post in HTML editor and add a <a href =”http://YourBusinessWebsite.com”> YourBusinessWebsite.com </a> before and after the text as shown here to link to our site