I've been working very hard on a new job board application. As I get closer to finishing it I'm starting to think of what I am going to do with.


My biggest thought would be...


To allow members to co-brand the application, they would get access to their own dashboard, to run reports, create promotions, new postings etc. Basically all of Jobboardmount features + more.


I was thinking price wise ( 24.95$ a month - maintenance, hosting,  billing etc ) + 35 - 50% of revenue share with the co-brand board.


Other questions I have would be is what features do you like to have in you control panel? What in particular would you like to see as soon as you login to your dashboard to control the site? 




Jody Fitzpatrick

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Jody i would have an interest in more information.  Jay

@Jay Tokarz


As I get closer to finishing the project I will keep you informed. I'm glad to see some interest.




Jody Fitzpatrick



Good stuff.  Please contact to discuss a partnership with Beyond.   adamb@beyond.com.


Adam Berkowitz 

Jody, Can you contact me at adamb@beyond.com to discuss?



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