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Job board industry predictions for 2011

Predictions are a dime a dozen - and if you're lucky, no one goes back at the end of the year to see how accurate your soothsaying actually was. Nevertheless, I like predictions just as much as the next person;…

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The recession’s legacy for job boards

Ding dong, the recession's (not quite) dead! Every day I hear from another job site that their numbers are up, that more jobs are being posted, and that the general feel from employers is positive. Folks are breathing a little…

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The future of job boards is…

The future is alluring - nothing bad has happened yet, you haven't made any dumb mistakes yet, and anything could happen. In fact, the future is so interesting I will now write about it (with my job board industry goggles…

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Pay per posting vs. pay per response

For the past 15 years, the job board industry has been dominated by the 'pay per posting' revenue model: an employer purchases a job posting (and sometimes resume access or other add ons). Yet there's another model that has been…

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Revenue streams – do you have enough?

When was the last time you said your job board made enough money? Never? The search for revenue streams other than job postings and resume access is eternal. These 'big 2' have ruled the job board world since its inception.…

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What’s it worth?

If you run a job board or career site, you've probably given some thought to what it's worth - perhaps because you want to sell, or perhaps because you want to grow. Judging from a recent discussion on JobBoarders, everyone…

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