A few days ago, Google announced that they’re rolling out an Indexing API to solve job searching problems. Google are aware that nothing’s worse than finding a great job only to discover it’s no longer accepting applications, so they developed a new “Indexing API” to put an end to these issues.
As explained by Google, the new “Indexing API” will operate as follows:
API allows any site owner to directly notify Google when job posting pages are added or removed.
This ability allows Google to schedule job postings for a fresh crawl, which can lead to higher quality user traffic and job applicant satisfaction.
Send requests to notify Google of new, updated, or deleted web pages.
On a related note, last year Google launched a job search experience to make searching jobs online easier and more productive. Google’s job search experience reaches tens of millions of job seekers around the world with relevant job opportunities, which gives Google the edge in attracting most of the job seekers.