I know a lot of folks are using Jamit. It is easy to use and cost effective. I am building a new job board of it right now. Just started, but here is a link if you want to take a look at the site and see the functionality
First let me start off by saying I'm not promoting any job board software.
I purchased Jamit a few months ago and it's been nothing but headaches. The xml feeds don't format properly (others have said the same), they offer little to no tech support, their templates are outdated and difficult to customize.
Actually with Jamit it helps if you have PHP programming skills to get everything to work they way you want it to since you have full access to all of the source code. Even so, I have never had a problem getting a response from tech support or even getting help from other Jamit users in the forum page. I have been using the software for the last 8 months with very few errors.
We have had nearly 20 clients switch over to us from most of these solutions. You can can checkout our solution here: Job Board Software
We cost $199/mo and enable you to easily manage your job board while being SE friendly, syndicate your listings to aggregators, import jobs, setup pricing, post your own jobs through the admin and lots more.
Here's your chance to sound off on the key issues, ideas and innovations affecting job boards and other employment sites. Every other week, we'll post a new topic and set up the soapbox. That's your invitation to step up and let your industry colleagues know what you think.
This Week’s Issue
Do you think employers have an accurate view of the results job boards deliver, and if not, why?
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