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MSN's online classifieds offering, Windows Live Expo, is now open to the public, albeit in beta. I expect the online recruitment blogosphere will be buzzing about this for the foreseeable future.
Posted at 08:42 AM in online recruitment | Permalink
Charlene Li, Forrester Research senior analyst (and my boss during the dotcom bubble at a regional newspaper chain's job board back in the days when Joel also worked full-time in the job board world), held a webcast yesterday on "The Future of the Online Recruiting Industry" in which she positively commented on Windows Live Expo's functionality that allows online classifieds to be closely tied to your IM client. For example, you could automatically send out a feed of relevant jobs just to your IM buddy list. Is Google working on that?
Glenn Gutmacher |
March 01, 2006 at 02:01 PM
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