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Looking for Job Search Engines or Aggregators Interested in Indexing our XML Feed

My name is Matt Blevins and I'm with Locate Jobs Network.


I would like to hear from companies, job search engines and aggregators interested in indexing our XML feed, available online here:…


Added by Matthew Blevins on June 17, 2011 at 12:57pm — 10 Comments

Looking for job search engines or other job boards interested in indexing our job feed.

Hi, this is our first post on, my name is Gary and I represent Kontacs. To be honest at first I was skeptical of joining the site however I have come to appreciate that many mutually beneficial partnerships can be formed. Which we certainly have.

So we are looking for job search engines or other job boards that are interested in indexing our job feeds. We will place a link to your search engine or job board from our… Continue

Added by Gary Dhaliwal on July 21, 2009 at 6:30pm — 5 Comments

Using Twitter to push jobs

While at the ERE in San Diego this past week I discovered Twitter. I had heard about it before and even took a brief look at what's going on there but never thought of using it as a way to promote my job board postings. Until I saw a job board feeding it's RSS feed through a service called TwitterFeed.

It is was not that hard to setup and it works really well. Twitter users are used to micro blogging 140… Continue

Added by John Walker on April 5, 2008 at 12:32pm — 6 Comments

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