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Expat Jobs Vacany Board section

Postby Renata » June 17th, 2012, 12:39 pm

I know you have a Making a Living Overseas / Studying Abroad section, but I think if you have an Expat Jobs Board section where people can post real jobs & international opportunities in any sector, it'll be great. From Architecture, to TEFL, to Geoscience; everything.

It will increase traffic
make the forum busier
make the site easier to find & stumble upon using search words like expat jobs. The words Job, jobs, & work are very popular search words. We all use it yearly.

Putting a job vacancy section on your own company website costs you nothing & can generate advertising space sales from any company. You won't just be limited to dating sites. Your market will open up. Capitalize on the expat, since your banners says; Forum Community of Global Daters, Expats and Freethinkers.

It will take some spamming. You can bulk-mail companies letting them know here is a place they can post jobs for free.

The downside to this idea is the forum users may have to have a bit more etiquette lol

all in all it'll be cool to try.
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Re: Expat Jobs Vacany Board section

Postby zboy1 » June 17th, 2012, 8:46 pm

Renata wrote:I know you have a Making a Living Overseas / Studying Abroad section, but I think if you have an Expat Jobs Board section where people can post real jobs & international opportunities in any sector, it'll be great. From Architecture, to TEFL, to Geoscience; everything.

It will increase traffic
make the forum busier
make the site easier to find & stumble upon using search words like expat jobs. The words Job, jobs, & work are very popular search words. We all use it yearly.

Putting a job vacancy section on your own company website costs you nothing & can generate advertising space sales from any company. You won't just be limited to dating sites. Your market will open up. Capitalize on the expat, since your banners says; Forum Community of Global Daters, Expats and Freethinkers.

It will take some spamming. You can bulk-mail companies letting them know here is a place they can post jobs for free.

The downside to this idea is the forum users may have to have a bit more etiquette lol

all in all it'll be cool to try.


Yes, I'm all in agreement. An expat job board would be a welcome addition to HA!
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Postby targetguy » June 17th, 2012, 9:01 pm

8) I have read you can open a laundrymatt for 5000 us in the pi in certain areas wich in the us is about impossible. also a gypney or taxi business or rental units. Has anyone had any experience in these areas? legalitys for us to own?
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Postby Winston » June 18th, 2012, 6:42 am

That is a good idea with potential. However, since this is a dating site, most employers will probably hesitate in paying to post their job ad here. You have to be established as an expat job resource for them to bother with it. That's why I just link to other expat job resources.

If it ever takes off though, I'd probably hire someone to manage something like that anyway.
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