Users can be very specific when they look for something.

If you were back in 1860 and looked for a job, your main option was to buy the newspaper, and browse through job ads like this one:

(which, btw, it was a hoax)

In today’s world, users can be as specific as “part-time remote jobs” and get results in seconds.

As a company, you have access to public data such as where in the US people are looking for these type of jobs:

What else they are searching for and how is the competition:

(screen capture from AdWords Keyword Planner)

If you need to recruit expert riders, it will pay off to do a little market research before you launch your job ad.

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Hi! My name is Leo Celis. I’m an entrepreneur and Python developer specialized in Ad Tech and MarTech.

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