Frequently Asked Questions
How do I post a job?
Upload or email your listing to PromoGigs. Please use a MS Word document. By personally reviewing and posting we confirm validity and company identities.
What should I include in my post?
How long will the post be active?
Ads are posted FREE for one month or less if you notify us to remove. The ads can be kept active for a nominal fee. PromoGigs reserves the right to keep or delete any posting or ad for which no fee was received, at any time.
Can PromoGigs write my post?
Yes. For a small fee. Contact Us.
Will you review my resume?
Our professional HR associates, are available for resume creation, review and recommendations. Fees may apply. Contact Us.
What is RSS Feed?
Allows you to be updated to any new gigs posted. Learn more at What is RSS Feed.
Will you post my resume?
Yes we can...or use a brief intro/synopsis of your resume and include your contact info for interested parties to contact you directly for your complete resume.
What is a Blind Ad?
Posts not including the name or address of the company or person placing the ad. Privacy is provided by PromoGigs serving as the intermediary, forwarding applicable documents and information to all interested parties. There is a small fee for this service which may be uploaded and paid for by visiting Advertising Opportunities.
What does an additional branding cost?
Visit the Advertising Opportunities to view sizes and submit a request based on your individual needs.
How do I provide my advertisement?
Upload or email your ad to PromoGigs. Artwork should be sized ready to use. See Advertising Opportunities for sizes, fees and other information.
Can you produce my advertisement?
Yes. We work with experienced graphic designers and handle all details for you. Fees will apply.
What's a "gig"?
A job, especially a booking for musicians. AND -- A light, two-wheeled carriage drawn by one horse. -- A long light ship's boat, usually reserved for use by the ship's captain. -- A fast light rowboat. -- An object that whirls. --A pronged spear for fishing or catching frog --slang A demerit given in the military. --A gigabyte. --cluster of barbless hooks drawn through a shoal of fish to try to impale them