Frequently Asked Questions


We typically work inline with your own business model. Typical models are:

  1. User based billing
  2. Usage based billing
  3. Revenue share agreements
  4. Full OEM with software licensed to be used on an independent server

We can find an approach that works with your operation and goals, contact us to discuss

Please take a look at www.idibu.com which supplies full posting services including:

  • Adpost - job multi-posting
  • Aptrack - applicant tracking and reporting
  • Apsearch - aggregated CV search - remote job boards and local applicants
  • Apfilter - candidate screening

There are user licenses for the agency market and usage based pricing for the enterprise sector.

This is a full integration service - we can provide:

  • Advice and evaluation as to how our services can best be embedded and integrated into your own
  • Provision of mockups and system design
  • Management and delivery of technical resources to do the work

We don't just give you an API doc and leave you to it. We ensure your data distribution services work perfecly.

Talk to us - we may be able to provide the services you require, we are constantly developing and evolving our product set.

Our backup policy is as follows:

  • We operate replicated server clusters meaning that data entering one server is immediately replicated on a mirrored box giving instant backup
  • All servers contain local drives that take a nightly snapshots
  • Offsite backups are run once a week to carry all data to a geographically independent location

Our primary server clusters are fully managed by the Positive Internet company who run servers for the likes of Abbey National, HSBC and the BBC. Positives' servers are based in a collocation facility in Cambridge, further details here http://www.positive-internet.com/services/positive-park.

However, we can provide localized server environments for your own data if you would like it maintained within your own country or territory, please discuss this when you contact us.

No.
Typical posting destinations are advertising destinations such as job boards and websites, blogging sites and social networks, mobile media and SEO related data tranmission - but there are no limits on other places you'd like to send data using the intergration kit to add new destinations.

Anything you want.
Obvious examples are job boards, blog sites, social networks, personal and corporate websites, communications with PR destinations, car, boat and housing portals - but anything you'd like to add, we can connect to it.

Data transmission types currently supported by idibu are:

  • HTTP (POST and GET)
  • HTTP - Single variable
  • HTTP - File upload
  • HTTP - Raw XML upload
  • HTTP - Multipart
  • SOAP (Various methods)
  • FTP - Single post
  • FTP - Complete database
  • Email - Attachment
  • SMS

New tranmission methods can be added on request.

We can send any type of character sets via our system, however please make us aware if you believe the data you are sending requires additional testing.