FOR SALE: - career-centric social network (domain and/or code) was built from the ground up to be a career-centric social network.

 The entire platform is RoR and was built as a concept site in an attempt to build a socially-focused recruitment tool that provides people a social dashboard to access the conversations, content, people, and opportunities that are important to the 'professional you'.  

Angel investment was used to fund the endeavor, but the lack of institutional funding has caused us to decide to liquidate the asset.

For sale is: Domain & Twitter Name

This domain has been active in various capacities since 1992, and has been home to the career-centric social network described above since April 2009.  The site currently receives over 32,000 unique visitors monthly.  Over 500K+ pages are indexed in Google.  The domain was appraised in August 2012  by AfterNic for $45K with a DNI index score of 83.  See the reports attached.  The twitter account ( has 644 followers.


- The JobNet code - all ruby code, images, logos, database structures, libraries, trademarks, etc.  Hardware is not included but may be purchased if desired.  We do not have RoR staff, so access will be provided to your developers to access, download, and retrieve the code.  No guarantees, warranties or support will be provided.

*note that the user database (approximately 54,000 users), is not included with this package, but may be purchased separately.

Please send all serious offers for the domain, code, and users to : or call me at 610-431-2001 x203.  Will consider the sale of all items as a bundle, or as separate transactions.

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