AOL, Monster.com Launch Co-Branded Pages

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Monster.com said yesterday it will launch co-branded pages on AOL.com, and Monster.com job listings will appear on AOL ClassifiedPlus.


The pages are part of an exclusive $100-million, four-year relationship the two companies agreed to in December. The deal will bring Monster.com's career management resources to AOL's large consumer audience.


Job seekers will have direct access to Monster.com content and services through AOL including Monster.com's Resume Builder, Job search and Post a Job.


Job seekers will be able to search for jobs, use job search agents, apply online, submit resumes online, and personalize their job search area and research companies.


Monster.com's job postings will appear on AOL Classified Plus and will be accessible from AOL.com, CompuServe, Digital City and Netscape. Monster.com will power the professional employment jobs within the Employment section of Classified Plus. Recruiters will be able to post jobs from the co-branded pages on AOL.com and AOL Classified Plus.
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