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Sep 17, 2009
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Sep 13, 2009
Yvonne commented on Chris Russell's blog post Too many profile sites?
"I am presently searching for a good resume site to add to my employment website. A service that will critique and write resumes at an affordable price. My programmer is currently working on a video resume software to be installed soon. I believe my…"
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"Dionna - did you ever get your website up? If so what is the URL?"
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"Hi Cris: I am currently updating my website: www.employmentjamaica.com - I may just take advantage of your consultant service prior to the launch or the new site - will keep you posted."
Mar 22, 2009
Yvonne commented on Jon Cochrane's blog post Advice on new Niche Board
"I think that you should do both, take the job offer and do the website on the site. Once suggestion is to also think about tarketing your IT site in another country. IT is a big thing right now in Jamaica and there are no niche websites for IT. If…"
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We are currently upgrading our website, www.employmentjamaica.com and hope to launch the new version by April 1, 2009. Click this link to get a brief view of the community/blog section of the new site: http://blog.employmentjamaica.com

Our aim is to establish www.employmentjamaica.com as Jamaica’s national job portal, linking both jobseekers and employers, in a one-stop professional, state of the art online career and recruitment centre. The site will offer value beyond just a job search, it will continuously add content, facilitate networking, education, recruitment and community marketing.

The website is now into its fifth year of operation and with mo marketing, maintains a high rank on the internet search engines. Until now, it has existed as a free-to-use site, purely to gain page rank and to build the database of users. It is now at a point, ready to be taken to the next level to generate income. It now hosts over 7,000 of jobseekers who posted resumes and thousands more who registered on our website. We believe our website has the potential to become Jamaica’s No.1 jobsite on the net; we already have a good reputation as a regular staffing agency in the community.

We are seeking ways to generate a lot more exposure and traffic, either with career related affiliate programs, suitable link exchanges, or sponsors who will assist us in marketing the website. We are also looking for salespersons to build our commercial clients. Comments and suggestions welcome.

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At 8:30am on March 28, 2009, Bill Vick said…
Hi Yvonne - I'd be pleased to see http://blog.employmentjamaica.com syndicate my articles from http://www.EmploymentDigest.net. I know full attribution is included and welcome the opportunity to provide relevant content for your users.

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