How to Get Traffic to Your Job Board without the Aggregators

Hi,
I'm looking for suggestions as to how to get traffic to my site (www.findajobalready.com) without the aggregators (Indeed, SH, etc.).

Any ideas?

Thank you,

Barak

Tags: indeed, organic, seo, simplyhired, traffic

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seo, twitter, facebook and of course advertise it
I have found the more times you ad the website to facebook and Twitter the better your ranking will be also if you open a blogger account with Google u will go through the roof as they love themselves so if you add your www. name on pages the better the rank have you used google webmaster tools to get the best keywords thats always a good one and last but not least try looking for free websites that offer to add your site good luck
In our case (www.philjobspot.com), offline advertising works perfect, flyers, banners, posters, vehicle wraps, and attending job fair events

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