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Discussion in 'Content Management Systems' started by domainstack, Jul 14, 2008.

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  1. domainstack

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    Any recommendations for a good simple one? Initially I want to let anyone register and post jobs on a moderated basis, with some sort of integrated payment service later. I don't mind paying a bit (it's a speculative site, though, so not loads...) but obviously if there's something good and free out there, that's all the better!
     
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    Great, thanks. I'm going to have a play with jobberbase, which sounds ideal - single industry recruitment is *exactly* what I'm doing! Otherwise, I might talk to the people from KitchenTwo. I'd much rather deal with a UK company than an anonymous script-factory.
     
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    Yeah had a look at Jamit a few weeks back. Some nice features but the support etc was a bit of an issue. Plus trying to get it as slick as todays apps are expected to be (i.e to make it quick and simple of the users in a slick interface) was more hassle than just building my own from scratch.

    Having said that, I am in the unique position where I can make my own. For those that can't, all of the above mentioned are probably great starting points. I would perhaps recommend a 'free' solution while you see if you can get the traffic and demand, then invest in something proper if it is a niche you are really getting into with some success.
     
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    Which, if any, of these scripts has seo-friendly URLs?
     
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    Now building my own new job boards in asp and php.

    Please feel free to flag features you never seem to be able to find / are important to you.

    The idea of my job board is to be niche focused rather than multi industry. :)
     
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