Shiloh Rusk
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"Hi Shiloh - I own, a niche board that serves the defense industry. We're putting together some metrics to help us set goals about # of views per posting and # of applications per posting and I'm trying to gather data…"
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At 10:04am on July 17, 2007, Shiloh Rusk said…
Thanks Chris for creating this Job Boarders networking site! I really hope we can all share experiences and best practices with the group. Many of us operate in niche markets and face challenges with winning over business from not only the major job boards but Job Engines like Indeed and Simply Hired. We've found networking relationships within the community we serve to be the most benefitial. Uniting the grass roots businesses, both online an traditional, to create partnerships has resulted in success with attracting traffic, job seeker signups and employer leads.
At 10:14am on July 17, 2007, Chris Russell said…
Thanks for joining Shiloh, I have high hopes for our community. Dont hesitate to start a discussion or group or post something to the blog.
At 3:29pm on August 12, 2007, Ken Levinson said…
Please contact me at 800-863-8314, so we can discuss how we might be able to help each other. Thanks!
At 4:13am on August 29, 2007, David Hurst said…
Shiloh, Good luck with your site. You can list it on our site for free here

I started to provide info on the online recruitment market 8 years ago and the database of sites is handy for HR recruiters and candidates to find sites.
At 10:52am on August 29, 2007, Alan Cohen said…
Welcome, aBoard! Here is Prescott, Arizona. Lived many years in FLA. Have a condo in WPB.

Always interested in strategies to take us to the top!
At 1:46pm on August 29, 2007, Dave Opton said…

If we can be of help, don't hesitate to give me a call.
At 9:48pm on September 2, 2007, Computer Jobs said…
Very nice websites. I like, pretty catchy generic domain that anesthesiologists on seeing it for the first time will remember because of the wryness of it. btw is a "wow" name.
At 3:51pm on September 5, 2007, jobboardguy said…
Hi Shiloh-
Hope all is well in Ocala!
I'll be in Orlando in November for the Kennedy 2007 Conference and Expo. If you're around, look us up. Would love to chat. Feel free to contact me.

At 11:53am on September 11, 2007, Dionna said…
Thanks Shiloh! Your sites look great and are extremely sucessful. It's great inspiration for a newbie!
At 11:26pm on January 25, 2008, Jim - medXcentral said…
Hi Shiloh. You'll find information about my project on my profile page here at JobBoarders. I'm confident we could network for mutual benefit. Hope to see you around.

Nice job with you sites.

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