Tags are a really important part of AdBuilder.
They basically allow you to group and organise your adverts to help you, and others in your team / business quickly locate your previous adverts.
So for instance, if you’re creating job adverts for sales people, you’d create a ‘Sales’ tag, and you’d apply it to every sales job advert you create.
Then, from your dashboard you’re able to either search for job adverts with specific tags in, or you just click on any tag in the dashboard and every advert that contains that tag will be listed.
Tags can be as powerful as you’d like to make them.
Here are some examples of tags… Although you’re not limited to anything.
You define your own tags – there are no rules.
You can use any string of text that will help locate similar adverts in future.
It doesn’t matter if it’s ‘management’, ‘junior’, ‘board level’, ‘Dave Smith’ (or any particular hiring manager’s name) or ‘important’.
The main purpose of Tags are to keep your dashboard organised and to keep your workflows as efficient as possible.
Every advert you create in AdBuilder will automatically be tagged with ‘Skilled’, ‘Unskilled’ or ‘Graduate’ depending on the type of advert you created from the outset.
Which then means that from the simple click of a tag in the dashboard, you can filter any advert types that you don’t want to see.
Just be aware that tags are case sensitive, so if you type ‘Manager’ on two adverts, they’ll both pull through under that tag.
However, if you tagged them as ‘Manager’ and ‘manager’, they’ll pull through as separate tags.
By tagging adverts you’re able to filter your dashboard based upon that one tag, which makes for finding adverts easier than if you just leave them blank.