I have an enterprise license for ES Job Search Engine Script I am not using.
Paid $399 for the script and will sell for $199.
See the details of the script here: http://www.es-job-search-engine.com/
Contact me through Jobboarders if you have an interest.
Added by Joe Kane on April 23, 2013 at 3:50pm — No Comments
One of the most common questions I get from startups is whether they should ‘buy or build’ the software for their job board. It’s a question that wasn’t that common 10 years ago – simply because the options for job board software were, well, limited.
Things have changed.
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on April 2, 2013 at 8:34am — No Comments
(thanks also to everyone that attended, and to RealMatch for sponsoring it!)
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Do you ever feel like your head will burst if you have to create or remember another login/password combo? Sure, your browser tries to help (at least mine does), prompting helpfully to ‘remember’ the login – usually. But that’s specific to your computer. What happens when you’re away from it? If you’re like me, you try to stick to a few combos and keep them in your head.
So what does this have to do with job boards and career sites? Plenty. If you use…Continue
ThejobWork.com group intend to bring feedback on customer satisfaction with Job board technology providers.
We welcome all job board owners managers who will like to share their experience with their provider services.
I have two licenses for job board software for sale.
The software is from Webscribble and comes with the zip code, PayPal and bulk posting plug-ins as well as a custom plug-ins developed that creates an unlimited amount of static pages for SEO purposes.
You can take the software for a spin:
Added by Jay Tokarz on March 15, 2011 at 1:49pm — No Comments
Although it may not seem like it at times, the job board industry is a technology-driven industry. After all, it was the combination of a database and the web that gave it birth so many years ago. After a fairly lengthy period of incremental and erratic technical growth, the industry is seeing lots of change – and I suspect that those sites that ignore these changes may suffer.
So, which technologies (and technology trends) are changing job boards?
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on February 22, 2011 at 9:02am — No Comments
New Jobboarder member has questions for the group.
We have been using job software by Webscribble and are considering other providers that will allow a different look and functionality.
Do any of the members know what software is being used on any of the following job boards?
Predictions are a dime a dozen – and if you’re lucky, no one goes back at the end of the year to see how accurate your…Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on January 4, 2011 at 9:56am — No Comments
It’s been estimated that as much as 40% of the current desktop-based recruitment searching will migrate mobile devices by 2014. I suspect the change may occur even more…Continue
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I’m building a marimba. I’ve been a musician for years (although not a marimba player) but have never – until now – built an instrument. Believe me, building is different from playing. It helps to be a musician if you are creating an instrument – but the mindset is quite different. You’re worried about the ‘how’ – i.e., how high does that key need to be above the resonator to amplify without…Continue
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Recruitment is a fast-paced industry with constantly changing challenges and demands.
The tools that recruiters use must be continuously revised to keep up
with the industry. The latest build of Swiftpro’s recruitment software CVPlus
offers a number of enhancements and brand-new features to satisfy the…
Added by Maark on July 22, 2010 at 3:52am — No Comments
Back in the early days of job boards, technology was fairly straightforward – you hired programmers, told them what you wanted, and they created it. As we moved past 2000, many job boards were adding
features piecemeal, updating their sites occasionally, and generally
moving forward in a hodgepodge fashion.
Job board software vendors first appeared around 1999, when Jobbex introduced its first pre-packaged offering. As the decade progressed, more vendors moved in, and at…Continue