It was with great excitement that we participated in the VDAB tender a few months ago. We won this tender and the pages created for their sites are now being opened! We look forward to seeing the first results in the coming weeks.
VDAB, the reference site for employment in Flanders
VDAB is the public organisation for employment and vocational training in Flanders. With 3 million visitors each month, their site is among the most consulted for job vacancies in Belgium. However, there are now a number of sites dedicated to job search: Linkedin, job aggregators, job boards, public organisations, etc. The competition for visibility on search engines is real.
That is why VDAB launched a call for tenders to find a solution to obtain optimised web pages on vdab.be, responding to the searches made by users in search engines (e.g. job offers for a cook in Ghent).
The objective of VDAB is to help people who are either unemployed or looking for a new professional challenge by offering pages with suitable jobs.
Our automation solution perfectly adapted to job sites
Our solution was chosen over several other companies on several criteria, including the skills of the team judged on the basis of technical knowledge in SEO, web development and content. In addition, our solution fits perfectly with the needs described by VDAB, namely an automated marketing solution for optimised pages that are perfectly integrated into the organisation’s existing website.
Our automated landing page creation solution is a real asset for VDAB. The automation will represent a real time-saver for this public organisation by allowing different combinations of cities and functions to be opened and thus increase the number of visits. Each page is created in order to respond to a specific request. In the field of job offers, the potential of pages to be created is very important.
If, like VDAB, you would like to open a large number of landing pages quickly, please do not hesitate to contact us in order to discuss the implementation of the solution on your site.