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Shane McGourty joins AdView as Director

24 November 2016
Besma Whayeb
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Shane McGourty joins AdView as Director | In Demand by AdView

AdView, the job search aggregator, have just announced the appointment of Shane McGourty as a new director.

McGourty, who has made a name for himself in the industry with previous management positions at My Job Matcher and Independent Digital, has over a decade’s experience in online recruitment and employment solutions.

His appointment follows a successful period of growth for the company, who have just rolled out their new Publisher Program.

AdView Sales Director Kevin Brady said of the appointment:

“2016 has been a year of exciting developments at AdView and we’re delighted to add to this by bringing in someone with the experience and expertise Shane has.

“Shane’s arrival coincides with the release of our new Publisher Program which he will be overseeing. This is the biggest development of the year for us.

“We’re currently enjoying our most successful year to date. We’re on course to increase our number of unique users this year by more than five times the figure for 2015

“Shane’s oversight of our new Publisher Program will help further increase our quality, highly targeted traffic and push us to the next level.”

The Publisher Program, AdView’s own custom-built revolution in job search and targeted traffic generation, allows websites to take control of the content they want displayed on the site and offers up to 80% of revenue for clicks.

Speaking about the Publisher Program, McGourty said:

“It’s an exciting time to be joining and it’s great to hear the positive feedback the Publisher Program has already generated.

“It’s a superbly simple and effective way for websites, blog and even newsletters to generate extra revenue whilst being able to customise the content to suit the look and feel of their site.

“It’s been a few months in the pipeline so we’re all looking forward to seeing the results over the coming weeks and months.”