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Starting Job Site - Plan of Attack!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Soudy, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. Soudy

    Soudy Junior Member

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    Hey guys!

    I am starting a Job Site soon, probably in the next 3-5 days it will be complete, Im putting together the POA( Plan of Attack) then launching next week. So I do have a few questions hopefully some of you can help me out with.

    1) Simplyhired and Indeed Jobs API - Do they pay per application - or pay at all?
    2) What are some ways to Monetize the site?
    - I was thinking content locker
    - Also thinking co reg path like Search page> Offer Page ( 3-5 offers with check boxes) then Result page ( if allowed)

    3) Traffic Methods?
    - Social Media
    - Radio ads ( got a hookup for 4 huge local stations)
    - Email campaigns ( have over 1.5 million emails i can blast - cant hurt?)
    - CPC Traffic and Affiliate programs?
    - Organic LOCAL keywords w/ jobs
    - Got a hookup with massive Craigslist postings


    Guys any Ideas or suggestions on HOW i can make money from this site, im pretty sure i can get the traffic - just need ways to monetize, mainly IF those job API's payout at all?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Soudy

    Soudy Junior Member

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    bump'zorz
     
  3. ProAffiliate01

    ProAffiliate01 Junior Member

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    Speaking of Simply Hired specifically. I thought this site mostly made money by the ads placed on it. Some services on job sites are free (i.e. listings, job description) while others might be paid (i.e. certain resume-building tools).
     
  4. maxpaincode

    maxpaincode Newbie

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    Just forget about the "content locker" it will make your website really LQ, try to make a nice looking website don't forget to get people who own blogs to post your banners. The other methods you mentioned are great too.

    Good luck
     
  5. Soudy

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    ohh okay ill keep in mind the Content Locker low quality aspect with that, I appreciate that.

    However, in reference to SimplyHired and Indeed. Do i get paid when people fill out job application on MY site VIA their api?

    Like what are some methods to generate income with a job site?

    Thanks guys