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Stephen commented on Stephen's blog post Jobamatic Question
"It worked!  Thanks Jody!"
Sep 18, 2012
Jody Fitzpatrick commented on Stephen's blog post Jobamatic Question
"Try this code. <style> #c_post-link-container{ display: none; } </style>"
Sep 18, 2012
Chris Russell commented on Stephen's blog post Jobamatic Question
"email their support, support@jobamatic.com"
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Jobamatic Question

I'm trying to hide the "Post a Job" button on a new site I'm developing.  I'm on the Jobamatic blog and tried both suggested solutions.  I can't get either solution to work.  Any suggestions? First:If you don’t want to let visitors post jobs to your job board, you can hide the “Post a Job” functionality by adding the following CSS to your header on your Header & Footer Configuration Page:<style>…See More
Sep 17, 2012
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Nov 4, 2011
Stephen commented on Jody Fitzpatrick's blog post A few sales tips I've learned from the past.
"@Shane. Thanks for replying.  First:  I agree with you and would never tell them they are wasting their time w/ Craiglist.  I believe (as a Corporate Recruiting Manager) that the more places they have their position posted, the…"
May 20, 2011
Stephen commented on Jody Fitzpatrick's blog post A few sales tips I've learned from the past.
"Jody- Great post.  My biggest competition is Craigslist - Free.  Employers post and feel it works as they get a good response, however, they keep re-posting as they are not getting qualifed people who know what it's like to live and…"
May 20, 2011
Stephen commented on Jeff Dickey-Chasins's blog post Why you should consider a universal login for your job board
"I have.  I've also noticed more traffic from Facebook as jobseekers register via Facebook log-in and then share info (from the sites) with friends on Facebook.  Job postings really go viral quickly."
May 4, 2011
Stephen commented on Jeff Dickey-Chasins's blog post Why you should consider a universal login for your job board
"Great post.  I did this with my 3 sites a couple of months ago.  Jobseekers can log in using Facebook, Gmail and Yahoo accounts.  I may add Twitter in the future.  Registration is simple and takes less than a minute."
May 4, 2011
Stephen commented on Jeff Dickey-Chasins's blog post 3 great ideas to steal for your job board
"Indeed or SimplyHired for backfill or additional traffic along with Google Adsense will not keep a jobboard around in the long term.  Returning jobseekers AND employers who post jobs for a price are much more…"
Apr 28, 2011
Stephen commented on Jeff Dickey-Chasins's blog post Indeed, customer service, and job boards: a cautionary tale
""And oh, by the way, traffic from Indeed (both organic and paid) comprised about 50% of your site’s total traffic." What does this say about a brand?  I would not want that much traffic from Indeed or…"
Apr 13, 2011
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Dec 9, 2010
Stephen commented on Todd Goldstein's blog post job board vs. job search and back-fill
"I used Jobamatic also and have wondered the same thing: What do employers think when they see their jobs in backfill? I also decided to leave backfill on for now for additional revenue."
Nov 19, 2010
Stephen commented on Jay Tokarz's blog post Job Board Response Rates
"Jay - It really depends on how in demand the jobs are. For example, if the 100 advertised positions are something general, ie: A/P Clerk, you may get more of a response from job seekers with basic administrative skills as there are more of these…"
Sep 25, 2010
Stephen commented on Jay Tokarz's blog post Job Board Response Rates
"Depends on traffic and how popular a job is."
Sep 24, 2010

Profile Information

Which job board do you work for?
I run 3 job boards: www.blockislandjobs.com | www.marthasvineyardworks.com | and www.nantucketworks.com
What state/country do you work in?
Rhode Island
What's your site's URL?
http://www.islandjobsnow.com
What kind of job board do you work for?
Niche
Twitter address (if applicable):
http://twitter.com/islandjobs

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Stephen's Blog

Jobamatic Question

I'm trying to hide the "Post a Job" button on a new site I'm developing.  I'm on the Jobamatic blog and tried both suggested solutions.  I can't get either solution to work.  Any suggestions?

 

First:

If you don’t want to let visitors post jobs to your job board, you can hide the “Post a Job” functionality by adding the following CSS to your header on your Header & Footer Configuration…

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Posted on September 17, 2012 at 2:42pm — 3 Comments

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At 10:06am on December 17, 2009, Teena Rose said…
Welcome aboard, Stephen!

Regards,
@teenarose
At 2:15pm on December 18, 2009, Peter Weddle said…
Thanks, Stephen. I'll look forward to staying in touch. Happy Holidays to you and yours, Peter
At 2:48pm on January 29, 2010, Rayanne said…
Hi Stephen -
Thanks for connecting with me here.
-Rayanne
At 9:41am on March 25, 2011, Adam Oliver said…

Thanks, Stephen.  Good to hear from you.

 

Adam

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