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"Dionna - did you ever get your website up? If so what is the URL?"
Mar 22, 2009

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Which job board do you work for?
New Regional Site going Live 11-1-07
What state/country do you work in?
Canton, GA - Metro Atlanta
What's your site's URL?
http://coming soon
What kind of job board do you work for?
I have been working in recruitment and recruitment marketing for the past 7 years and recently decided to take the plunge into the world of Job Board Entrepreneurship.

My first site (A local site) will go live on November 1, 2007, with other local boards to follow shortly.

I am so excited to see an industry related board!

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At 9:30am on August 28, 2007, jobboardguy said…
Best of luck in your new endeavor.
Feel free to give me a shout sometime if I can be of assistance. NationJob has helped many new job boards "get off the ground" by giving them some additional exposure.

Take care.

At 10:56pm on September 6, 2007, Mike Jackson said…
Thanks. Good luck with your launch. What's going to be the name of your site?
At 12:17am on September 7, 2007, Mike Jackson said…
The only thing I can say is to market, market, market. It's a pretty tough business. It should be easier and cheaper to market to one county, that may be a plus to you. I love the challenge. There are ALOT of sites serving Atlanta, but there's still money to be made.
At 11:26am on September 7, 2007, Mike Jackson said…
I have used their mailing list, but haven't officially joined yet. Have you been to any of their meetings? Thanks for the compliment, people seem to like the name and logo.
At 11:45am on September 11, 2007, Shiloh Rusk said…
Thanks for the add Dionna! Good luck on your new job board Jobsintheburbs.
At 11:01pm on September 11, 2007, Dave Opton said…

Best of luck to you as you get ready to launch. I certainly would urge you to take advantage of Ami's offer to attend the Roadshow in Atlanta.

At 8:54am on September 12, 2007, Adam Berkowitz said…

Best of luck. Drop me a line at Beyond.com as we specialize in helping local and niche site owners grow and prosper. What software are you using to power the site?

At 3:12pm on September 12, 2007, Adam Berkowitz said…
Would be happy to discuss a Beyond.com job board partnership. What is your email as well so I can send you some info? Can we talk on Monday?

At 12:20pm on October 9, 2007, james lamar said…
hi dionna i live in atlanta ga and im looking start my own job board here. i see your still in the process of getting your website running,but youer a step a head of me. So i was wondering where should i start first,how did you get started and on a monthly basis what kind of income should i expect
At 4:02pm on March 22, 2009, Yvonne said…
Dionna - did you ever get your website up? If so what is the URL?

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