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Thread: Doing off-site SEO for a photography website with Wordpress plugins

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    Doing off-site SEO for a photography website with Wordpress plugins

    I'm making a website for a friend who has started his own recruitment company. He's wants to use Wordpress as he's used it before.

    What he'd like to happen is he puts a new job on the website, and then it be automatically posted to the big job recruitment websites using his business account there.

    Can this be done? Or would he have to do it manually account by account each day? That he says will take too much time as there are over 10 sites to put his jobs on.

    Could you just enter them into the blog, and let the CMS post them on all the other recruitment sites with plugins or something?

    Thanks for any help with this

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    Quote Originally Posted by webdesignr View Post
    Could you just enter them into the blog, and let the CMS post them on all the other recruitment sites with plugins or something?
    I'm sure it's possible, but it would require some custom coding and possible API integration with the job sites you want. Could get pretty complicated. You should also check if automated posting is allowed by the job sites, and doesn't violate any terms of service. Otherwise they could just block your server's IP.
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