First semantic real time job searchengine for the Microbloggingdienst Twitter Hamburg, March 25, 2009 – with the Twitter Jobsuchmaschine is jobtweet.de am last Friday after a 14-day public trial started the first German microblogging offer Finder in the beta phase. Jobtweet.de offers to systematically search all texts published on Twitter (“tweets”) as part of a semantic real time query job seekers the opportunity for vacancies. Jobtweet.de was developed by the Hamburg-based recruitment consultants Alexander Fedossov and Jan Kirchner, who run the human resources consultant blog “Wool milk sow” specializing in human resources and job search on the Internet. With Jobtweet.de they aim to harness the potential of Twitter for the human resources and job search according to own. So the Foundation was created with jobtweet.de, use the increasing popularity of Twitter beyond the corporate communications for business purposes. So far, Twitter will work almost exclusively by the PR and Marketing industry used, thanks to jobtweet.de Twitter now also for the personal sector will be interesting.
Jobtweet.de in two respects is innovative. Jobtweet.de is the first offer Finder for a Microbloggingdienst. On the other hand jobtweet.de as semantic search engine has been designed, not just searches the text contributions published on Twitter based on key words, but also takes into account the substantive context of contributions. Companies that want to expose your abroad about jobtweet.de for job seekers, must settle before a Twitter account. Alternatively, companies of the free jobtweet-publishing services can make use. To send an email with a link jobtweet.de simply on your job Web page at info at, or use that form of “Job entry” directly to jobtweet.de.
Then jobtweet employees take over the publication. To learn how the job search with jobtweet.de works, this short video on the jobtweet Web site. follow jobtweet.de on Twitter! Background information on Twitter: Twitter is a Microbloggingdienst, whose Nutzer publish long texts, so-called “tweets”, news, information notes, comments, and job advertisements on the Internet in 140 characters. Twitter has evolved around the world within just three years of a small Internet start-up to the third largest online social network, and is estimated six million users and a growth of over 1000 percent in 2008 currently as one of the most promising Web 2.0 applications worldwide.