Reporting Dashboard

With your JobBoard.io dashboard, you'll gain a bird’s eye view of your job board productivity.

You can see the true potential of your job board in real time and witness the impact of every customer interaction, enabling you to track, measure and improve the performance of your sales and marketing efforts.

Your JobBoard.io dashboard enables you to ask questions like:

  • How many sales were created in the last 30 days?
  • How many employers joined my job board in the last 6 months?
  • What was the most popular purchase type in the last year?
  • How many job posts did Apple make between 12/01/13 and 16/02/14?
  • Which employer spent the most in the last year?

And receive clear, specific, accurate answers instantly. With this data, you'll be able to optimise and improve your job board.

How to filter by date

  1. Go to your Reporting Dashboard by clicking 'Reporting' in the sidebar
  2. Select the date range, or enter a custom date
  3. Click Apply

How to filter by employer

  1. Go to your Reporting Dashboard by clicking 'Reporting' in the sidebar
  2. Select the employer
  3. Click Apply

Reports available

Bar Graphs

  • Jobs created: Displays total number of jobs created during the date range selected.
  • Employers created: Displays total number of new Employers created during the date range selected.
  • Profiles created: Displays total number of new candidate profiles created during the date range selected.
  • Sales created: Displays total number of sales made during the date range selected.
  • Applicants via Email: Displays the total number of applicants that applied via e-mail during the date range selected.
  • Applicants via URL clicked: Displays total number of applicants that applied via URL during the date range selected. Please note that jobboard.io is only able to track the number of clicks for the apply by URL links. Clicks may exceed the total number of applicants, as candidates may abandon the application process after clicking the link.
  • Job Alerts created: Displays total number of job alert e-mails sent during the date range selected.

Date Segmentation

The system will automatically segment your bar graphs based on the size of the date range you selected to give you some idea of how things changed over time. For example, if you select a date range of a few weeks, the graph will be broken up into days. Larger date ranges will be broken up by month or by year.

Circle Graphs

  • Job Posting Products: Shows a breakdown of all Job Posting Products purchased during the date range selected. Will not include Custom Products, Profile Database Access, etc.
  • Stand Alone Products: Shows a breakdown of all Stand Alone products purchased during the date range selected. Custom Products and Profile Database Access will be included in addition to Job Postings.
  • Upsell Products: Shows a breakdown of all Upsells purchased by employers while another product was being purchased. Example: An employer purchases a single job posting, and checks the box at the bottom to make it a Featured Job posting for an additional fee.

Find out how your products perform!

The circle graphs are useful for finding out which products are selling well and which aren't. If a product isn't selling well, maybe it's overpriced for your audience, or maybe you need to market it a bit differently. If a product is selling extremely well you could consider raising the price if you don't feel sales would suffer. Use these graphs to keep track of how your products are performing and monitor how any changes you make impact your sales.

Data Tables

  • Top Employers by Sales Volume: Shows which employers spent the most money on your board during the date range selected.
  • Top Employers by Job Postings: Shows which employers posted the most jobs during the date range selected.
  • Top Jobs by Applicants (via email): Shows which Jobs received the most applicants during the date range selected.
  • Top Employers by Applicants (via email): Shows which employers got the most applicants during the date range selected.
  • Top Job Searches: Shows which search terms were most frequently searched on your job board during the date range selected.

Find out what's works!

The Data Tables let you know which jobs and employers are performing well, and what applicants are looking for when they come to your site. Let's say you have an employer that complains they aren't getting enough applicants for jobs posted on your board. There's a chance they could get more applicants by improving their job posts. Use these data tables to find out which jobs your audience is applying for, and what search terms they're using. Maybe the top jobs all have salary/pay rate information, but this employer hasn't been including that information in their postings. Use this information to help your employers improve their postings and pull in more applicants!

Reporting Dashboard