Content Blocks

Recruitment Marketing Public

Your rich media landing pages are built using a series of rows containing one or more content blocks. There are a variety of block types available.

Accessing the Page Editor

  1. From the side menu, under Content click Web Pages.
  2. Click the Name of the relevant campaign.
  3. Click the Name of the relevant page to load the Page Editor.

Adding a Block

  1. In the Page Editor, click the Add Row icon to add a row of the relevant dimensions.
  2. Within that row, click the Add Block button.



  3. From the library, click the relevant content block type. These are explained below.
  4. Once a block has been added, the Add Block button will be replaced with:
    • Edit Block - click to edit content within a block
    • Swap Block - click to move that block to another position on the page
    • Delete Block - click to permanently remove the block

For more information, refer to Recruitment Marketing Page Editor.

Block Types

Text

Use this block type to display text with embedded media on a page

  1. Select Image from the library. This block will be pre-populated with lorem ipsum text. To replace this text, mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  2. Configure the text as required. For more information refer to Formatting text blocks.
  3. Click the Save button to keep the settings.

Image

Use this block type to display images on a page

  1. Select Image from the library. The default image will display automatically.
  2. To replace this image with one from the Images Library, mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  3. Click the Choose Image button to load the Gallery, then click an image.
  4. Configure as required and click the Save button to keep any changes.

Note: Recruitment Marketing does not offer any set dimensions for images as they will display differently on different devices. However, header images are best to be kept at around 1500px x 600px. For all images, the image focal point should be in the centre to allow for cropping when that image is resized for smaller screens.

Team Member Quote

This block features a team member's headshot, their contact details, and space for text.

  1. Select Team Member Quote from the library.
  2. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  3. In the Team Member Quote pop up, select staff from the Team Member drop-downs. In the text editor, add the quote text in the editor below, and click the Save button.



Team

The Team block features headshots and contact details for up to four team members.

  1. Select Team from the drop-down.
  2. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  3. In the Team pop up, select staff from the Team Member drop-downs. To remove someone, select the first empty value from the drop down.
  4. Click the Save button to keep the settings.

Jobs List

The Jobs List block is a scrolling list of current job vacancies at your company where those jobs have been pulled into Recruitment Marketing via an ATS and individual pages generated for them automatically.

Select Job List from the library. This block will display with a preview of jobs when in the Page Editor.

For more information refer to Configuring a jobs list block.

Job Description

The Job Description block is the main body of the job ad and lists role responsibilities, requirements of the candidate etc.

After jobs have been automatically pulled into Recruitment Marketing via the integration with your ATS, it is not possible to edit the job description.

When jobs have been added manually, you can edit the description via the side menu, then Jobs in the top or left menu and selecting the relevant job from the list.

Refer to Configuring a job description block for more information.




Job Search Results

Use this block type to display the results that a candidate has searched for.

This block type is only available for use on a:

  • Job Page
  • Search Page
  • Blog Post Page
  • Candidate Settings Page
  • Not Found Page
  • Forbidden Page

For more information refer to Configuring a job search results block.

Job Search Form

Use this block type to give candidates the ability to search for a job by title, department and category

  1. Select Job Search Form from the library.
  2. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  3. Edit the text editor as required.
  4. Click the Save button to keep the settings. Any formatted text will be displayed above the search field.

Related information: Jobs near me

Call-to-Action

Call-to-Action (CTA) is the means by which an anonymous visitor to your careers-related landing pages demonstrates an interest in your company as an employer and makes them known to that employer.

A CTA takes the form of a button or link that commands attention and can ask a visitor to enter their email address in exchange for a free download or to secure their place on an email list. A CTA can also be used as the first step in the job application process with the help of our ATS integrations.

You must create a CTA in a separate step before you can add one to the page.
For more information refer to Creating and adding a CTA.

Map

Use this block type to show candidates where your office is located.

  1. Select Map from the library. This block will display the message: Map unavailable in editing mode when in the Page Editor.
  2. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  3. Enter a Google Place you wish to display on the page. Results will display as you type.
  4. Select the preferred location, then click the Save button.

Alternatively, select Use job locations and dynamically pin the location address of the job being viewed.

Code Block

When building a page you have a need to add customised code, such as a Twitter timeline, a Facebook feed, or an embedded video with a customised poster image. You can accomplish this with Code Blocks.

For more information refer to Adding custom code to a code block.

Video

Use this block type to include videos for candidates to view.

  1. Select Video from the library. This block will display the message: Media unavailable in editing mode when in the Page Editor.
  2. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.

    The Video pop up has the following options:
    • Video - select the video that you wish to include from the list in your video library.
    • Header - use the text editor to add any header content to the video block.
    • Footer - use the text editor to add any footer content to the video block.

  3. Once done, click the Save button to keep the configuration.

Troubleshooting

The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported.
You may experience this issue when previewing a video on a web page. Ensure the Kind and URL settings are correct.

The YouTube video block displays but cannot be played.
Ensure you have a valid YouTube URL entered.

Blogs

Recruitment Marketing has a blogging engine built into it. This means that you can easily create, publish, and manage career-related blogs in the same place that you manage your web pages. The blog engine also leverages the Recruitment Marketing template feature to ensure that your individual posts display with a look and feel that’s consistent and on-brand with your other career's content.

Related: Creating a blog post

Blog Post Body

  1. Use this block type to add a single blog post in its entirety.
  2. Select Blog Post Body from the library. This block will display with the message: Blog Post unavailable in editing mode when in the Page Editor.
  3. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
    The Blog Post Body pop up has the following Fields to Display options:
    • Author - select to display
    • Last Published At - select to display
  4. Click the Save button to keep the settings.

Blog Posts List

Use this block type to add a list of several posts, as seen below.

Select Blog Post Body from the library. This block will display nothing when in the Page Editor.

For more information refer to Configuring a blog posts list block

Blog Post Search Form

Use this block to display a search field for candidates to look for blogs.

  1. Select Blog Post Search Form from the library. This block will display a text field with the default text: Search for blog posts.
  2. Mouse hover the block and click the Edit Block icon.
  3. Edit the text editor as required.
  4. Click the Save button to keep the settings. Any formatted text will be displayed above the search field.

Frequently Asked Questions

This block can be used to display lists of Frequently Asked Questions. To find out how to create and manage the FAQ lists please review this article.

Select Frequently Asked Questions from the library.

The following settings are available:

  • FAQ set - this is the list of FAQs that will be presented in this particular block.
  • Expanding icon selection - this determines the visual appearance of the icon which the visitor will click to expand the accordion to show the answer.
  • Expanding icon orientation - this determines whether the icon appears at the left or the right of the question.

Carousels

This block can be used to display lists of Frequently Asked Questions. To find out how to create and manage Carousels please review this article.

Select Carousel from the library.

The following settings are available:

  • Carousel name: This is the name of the carousel that will be presented in this particular block
  • Show directional arrows: determines whether directional arrows will be displayed at the right and left of the carousel to allow the visitor to scroll to the next slide.
  • Show indicator dots: determines whether indicator dots, showing the number of slides, and allowing the visitor to scroll to a specific slide, will be visible under the carousel.
  • Scrolling interval: determines whether the slides will auto-scroll after the specified period of time.

Candidate Settings

This block type is only available for use on a:

  • Job Page
  • Search Page
  • Blog Post Page
  • Candidate Settings Page
  • Not Found Page
  • Forbidden Page

To access the Page Editor for these pages

  1. From the side menu, under Content click Web Pages.
  2. Click the Careers Website tab.
  3. In the Settings section, click the relevant item.

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