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Monsterindia.com tops online careers category

15-April-2004
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Monsterindia.com tops online careers category

Leading jobsite Monsterindia.com received record traffic in January 2004, attracting 4.49 million unique visitors and thereby establishing its number one position in the online careers category.

“Monsterindia attracted 71% more unique visitors than its closest competitor in January 2004. With a database of over 1.1 million registered job seekers, employers visit Monster to find the quality candidates they need to grow their businesses. In turn, job seekers come to Monster to find quality career opportunities in all ranges of industries,” said Arun Tadanki, President and Managing Director, Monster Asia.

According to independent research conducted by comScoreMedia Metrix during the month of January 2004, Monsterindia is the number one destination for job seekers in India. Monster maintained its lead for the third consecutive month in January with a reach of 13.2%, with the closest competitor only obtaining a 7.8% reach of the Internet audience. The Media Metrix report also revealed that nearly 75% of the traffic that visited Monsterindia did not visit other jobsites.

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