HuffPost has a slideshow about 10 job markets that will never come back. So these are not job boards niches you should be getting into. The industries are: Construction, Automotive Manufacturing, Realtors, Pharmaceuticals, Newspapers, Airlines, Big Telecom, State/local Govt jobs, Mechanics/Repair, Bank Tellers.
Job boards are not a get rich quick scheme. Here’s my advice on what expectations you need to have in this business.
Another self-installed software for job boards is out. This one is called Job Boards Pro. Price is $195. According to the site: “A solution designed for your needs built with our wide variety of objects and layouts. Web based application written in PHP and using the MySQL database” You can test it; Front Page Administrator…
A little commentary on how long it will take you to rank on google.
Video should be a part of every job boards promotional toolbox. Some examples of the way I use it are below.
Recently on the Job Boarders blog, this post appeared announcing the launch of laborny.jobs. Its a new site powered by JobCentral and the new dot jobs domain. However they appear to have overhyped its usefulness.
I asked Alastair Digby from Uk based Madgex to tell us more about their job board software. 1. What is the history of Madgex? Madgex has been supplying job boards and resume database solutions to the UK market for the past 10 years. In that time Madgex has established themself as the UK’s leading job…
Here my view of Aggregators like Indeed and SimplyHired and how to leverage their use for your job boards benefit.
I’ve talked before about how job boards need to get more social. I think DICE’s new Talent Network is a great example of how to do this. You would be well-advised to take some of these cues. Watch the video below for how they built it. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LReb2KnuxAs[/youtube]
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