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Annan and Eskdale
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AN EXCITING new feature was added to the DNG24.co.uk website recently — with the launch of a jobs section.

Businesses looking to recruit can now make use of the website’s huge reach, which has seen it attract almost 100,000 unique visitors since launching in May.
DNG Media sales director Graeme MacGregor said: “People can now advertise their jobs online as well as in print.
“It’s not instead of print — it’s another platform to reach more readers, and it gives the opportunity for advertisers to also advertise on our new jobs website which is launching this Friday on our DNG24 website.”
Anyone seeking to recruit new staff can place an advert in both the papers and the website, which draws in thousands of visitors each day with its rolling 24/7 news coverage, photo spreads and popular features.
Pointing to the website’s success, Mr MacGregor said: “It’s taken off since its relaunch in May. In the last month alone there was over 21,000 individual users.”
He added: “The beauty of this is that people can view this on their phones and their iPads as well as desktop PCs.”
And there are options for how job adverts are displayed — either self-contained on DNG24 or in a manner which takes prospective applicants directly to the employer’s own website.
A friendly and professional advertising team is on hand to deal with any recruitment enquiries, headed by Amy Hotchkiss.
Anyone with an interest in placing a job advert is invited to visit the new jobs section which launches on Friday, and to contact Amy and the team by telephoning 01461 202417 (ext 204) or emailing [email protected]

 

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