Join Truck Driver Job Board Groups on Facebook.
In Facebook Groups, pictures like the ones below will yield 20 times more the attention than a written ad.
You can also do this on Instagram and market yourself with hashtags. On social media, the less you say – the better you’re doing.
You can make advertising pictures on Canva for free.
Groups on Facebook For Driver Recruiting
CDL – Trucking Jobs USA
CDL Truck Driver Jobs
CDL Truck Driving Jobs USA ONLY
CDL Drivers Classified ADS JOBS & More
Trucking JObs &b Opportunities
Truck Driver Jobsb and Recruiter Job Board
Create a Facebook Business Page
Posting Job Ads on Your Facebook Business Page
Use your own DBA (Doing Business As) name
Do not advertise the carriers name, account names, job names, etc.Do not use our company names: Bee Exposed, Truckers4Hire, Raider, TruckersOne, Driver Choice, etc..Do not copy/paste job descriptions.
Ad Title Examples
Local Class A Truck Driver | Dedicated
CDL-A Truck Driver | Dedicated Lanes
Short Haul Class A CDL Driver
Regional Class A Truck Driver | No Touch
CDL-A Truck Driver | No Touch | Local
Flatbed CDL-A Truck Driver
Do not put the pay, home time, job location, etc in the job titles. This will get your post banned.
Job Ad Body Examples
Job boards are giant aggregators (or search engines). To get more exposure, your job ad needs to hit a certain amount of keywords to trigger SEO (search engine optimization) bots to crawl it. You want to keep the word count over 200. Be sure to use keywords like CDL-A Truck Driver, Class A Truck Driver, Truck Driver, local, regional, OTR, no touch, dedicated, etc.. throughout your ad organically to ensure the SEO bots give you priority over other ill-written job ads on the Internet.
$1200 – $1700+ per week on average
Get home weekly; 34-hour reset
Operate in a regional area
Driver unload required
Dedicated deliveries to a single customer
401K with company-matched funds
Low-cost, full healthcare options
Quarterly and annual bonuses based on safety and mileage
Paid vacations and holidays
Paid orientation and job-specific training
Must have 3-months solo driving experience operating a tractor trailer without a trainer
Must possess a valid Class A CDL license
Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen
Apply now, we can have you in orientation in a few days
PFL provides expedited freight transportation services for shipping and delivery on critical loads throughout the continental US. At Precision Freight Lines, we know our company is built on the backs of our drivers. For this reason, we treat our drivers with the utmost respect and strive to provide our driver partners with the care they need in this industry. PFL is headquartered out of a 40,000 square foot warehouse and distribution facility in Taylors, South Carolina. We have multiple facilities scattered across the US. Our state-of-the-art warehouse and distribution facility is a reliable resource for storage, transportation logistics, and distribution.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.
Free Job Posting Sites
Google for Jobs
Paid Job Posting Sites
Google for Jobs
Email Campaigns / Mass Emails
To: your own email address (send the email to yourself)
BCC (blind copy): 200 email addresses from the leads – you do NOT need to put notes on the leads until one of the drivers calls you and you have a conversation.
Subject: Thanks for applying
Body: (Keep it short and sweet. Just enough to get their attention. No one is going to read a super long random email.)
You applied to a CDL-A Truck Driver job I have posted. We think you’d be a great fit. We have the following positions open:
Give me a call at xxx-xxx-xxxx or click the link below to apply now.
** You can only send 200 emails per hour of your email account will be blocked. Please do not overdo it. You’ll get everyone’s email suspended.
More Helpful Tips
Less is MORE in advertising – I cannot stress this enough. Always say just enough to get their attention. You want them to call you with questions. Never give away all the info at once.
Titles must always be clear and professional – stick to keywords only (you’ll get kicked off every job board if you don’t heed this advice.
In job description, do NOT put a long list of demands, no one will apply. For example, don’t say must be able to pass a drug test, must have no recent tickets/accidents, must not be recently terminated from a job, no license restrictions, must have 6 months experience, etc.. Just stick to must have x-amount of experience to apply. You can weed through all the other stuff via phone call. It is a turn-off to drivers to read what won’t get them the job.
Never copy/paste a job description, advertise carrier names, or our company names – this violates your non-compete agreement.
Do not post in major cities unless you’re paying to sponsor the job. It will limit your jobs visibility in search aggregators. Always pick a smaller town outside of a big city to advertise in to get the maximum exposure.
Facebook jobs is seriously underrated, and she be utilized to its full potential.
Posting in Facebook job groups and asking people to their drop their zip code – always yields a huge audience.