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cross-post

[Usenet] To post a single article simultaneously to several newsgroups. Distinguished from posting the article repeatedly, once to each newsgroup, which causes people to see it multiple times (which is very bad form). Gratuitous cross-posting without a Followup-To line directing responses to a single followup group is frowned upon, as it tends to cause followup articles to go to inappropriate newsgroups when people respond to only one part of the original posting.
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For this matter, Multiposting can build on its notable success on the French market: since 2008, its eponymous tool has helped recruiters cross-post more than 20 million job ads on the Internet and the company has become a partner of Pole Emploi, the French governmental agency for employment.
In addition, a majority of brands are using Instagram independently, rather than simply using it as an app to cross-post to Facebook and Twitter.
The job board is part of the Cross-Post LLC family of niche recruitment networks.
Users can also cross-post their location check-in on Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare all from the application.
area by allowing them to search and apply to top, local jobs, access the Internet's best career advancing resources and cross-post their resume to our entire network of sites, all in one place," said Brian Alden, CEO of Job.
In addition to several customizable players and widgets, including a popular mobile application on Facebook, Utterz makes it very simple to cross-post in multi-media to Blogger, Drupal, Flickr, LiveJournal, MSN Live Spaces, MovableType, Tumblr, Twitter, Twixtr, TypePad, WordPress, Yahoo
com, on which they cross-post their clients' openings.
For example, recruiters can view and update job postings, track responses in real time, and cross-post open positions on other selected employment sites.
For example, recruiters can view and update their job postings and track responses in real time, and cross-post their open positions on other selected employment sites.
For a nominal fee, employers can easily access more than 200,000 candidate profiles in CareerSite's database, auto-post and cross-post jobs to fee-based sites, list a company profile and receive additional services.
At the law library, there is a natural connection with the law school and the other libraries on campus; additionally, Gow cross-posts information coming from different departments, student organizations, and faculty members.