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Book Recruitment Ads in Newspapers Effectively


When there is a need for new staff or filling a gap in employees, it is best to place the requirements of age, experience, qualifications and expertise in a newspaper ad. It could specify the position and responsibilities along with remunerations connected with the vacancy, along with a short corporate profile as an image builder for the company and inducement for those interested to submit their applications.


Such an ad could also be for career consultants, overseas job consultants, resume writers, placement consultants, situation vacant, DTP operators, computer operators, accountant, accounts & finance executives, professors, teachers, assistant managers, delivery boys, personal assistants, peons, receptionists and tele-callers, secretaries, beauticians, hairdressers, dieticians, fashion designers, journalists, photographers, writer, designers, developers, programmers, web developers, marketing & sales executives, public relations people, part-time jobs as well as for Situations Wanted.


These could be part of vacancy advertisements in leading newspapers such as The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Dainik Jagran, Hindustan Hindi, Amar Ujala, Rajasthan Patrika, Navbharat Times, Punjab Kesari, Jansatta, Anandabazar Patrika, Malayala Manorama, Andhra Jyothi, Gujarat Samachar, Kashmir Times, Assam Tribune and other such newspapers in any language anywhere in India.

From anywhere in India, the fastest and smoothest way to place recruitment ads in newspapers is through Myadvtcorner, the online facility of an INS-accredited ad agency. It offers free services like recruitment ad rates, which vary according to the edition, does recruitment classified ads and recruitment newspaper classified ad booking online, provides vacancy classified ad samples and books The Times of India recruitment advertisement and any other newspaper booking recruitment newspaper ad booking.

Newspapers carry vacancy or recruitment ads as follows:

• Recruitment Classified Text: These are the cheapest ads as they are printed on a simple, run-on-line (ROL) words format and are charged by the word/line/character depending on a newspaper’s policies.

• Recruitment Classified Display (CD): These are costlier ads as they allow enhancements like colour, visuals and logos and are charged by the

• Recruitment Display: These are the costliest ads as there are no restrictions on the size, colours or pages used, and they are also charged by the