A new video ad campaign from Bing is designed to educate users about how to spot fake job advertisements.
The campaign was unveiled on Monday by the company, which has been battling an escalating crisis of job ad fraud and fraudulent activity.
It follows a campaign from the advertising company last month that targeted consumers and businesses that advertised on Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media platforms.
The new campaign was first launched by Bing on the Google Search engine, using a combination of video and audio ads to reach a wider audience.
The video adverts are meant to be viewed by the average user, not just advertisers, to highlight the challenges of working in a world that is increasingly digital and digital-centric, said Bing CEO Brad Smith.
“If you’re going to do something online that you feel is a good fit for your audience, you have to be willing to share that,” he said.
The adverts, which are also shown on Google News and on Google Search, feature the Google search engine as the protagonist, with a narrator explaining that “every day, we’re bombarded with a million ads”.
The narrator says that job ads are often targeted to young people, and is then interrupted by a video of a man who says “the world is changing”.
“This guy is just looking for work,” the narrator says.
“He doesn’t have any qualifications, but he’s got this idea he could be a great writer, so he’ll do anything he can to get a job.”
The narrator then shows a picture of the man, who is seen walking past a small coffee shop.
“Weird,” the video says, adding: “It’s like the world is being run by a bunch of robots.”
The video then shows the man at the coffee shop, which is owned by a young woman who says: “This is just a test run.
This is a test.”
Bing said the video was part of a larger campaign to highlight some of the challenges that people face when they search for work online.
“There’s always a temptation to use these types of ads, to see how many people see them,” said Smith.
“The truth is there are a lot of us who find the work search for jobs and not so many people who are really interested in it.”
It’s not just people who find jobs on the internet who are getting into this.
“He said the ads also highlight the need for people to be aware of what they’re buying and the dangers that can be associated with buying the work of people who have no qualifications.”
What we’re really working on right now is really trying to find the best ways to be effective in making people aware of the dangers of using these types.””
We are constantly evolving and constantly evolving our ways of doing things.”
What we’re really working on right now is really trying to find the best ways to be effective in making people aware of the dangers of using these types.
“You need to be vigilant about the risks you’re taking, and the best way to deal with those risks is to have a good understanding of what’s happening.”BING has been under pressure to curb fake job adverts in recent months following a wave of job fraud in Australia, including the arrest of former Australian Federal Police commissioner Neil Gaughan and an investigation by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet into fake job advert sites.
The investigation by a Federal Government taskforce has been linked to an online advertisement scam that saw thousands of Australians fall victim to the scam, including hundreds of children.
The advertising company has since been shut down.