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Monday, July 16, 2007

Jordanian Job Sites ::: Complaint about Almanar

عزيزي amjad:

بعد التجربة.. أثبت موقع المنار أنه أسرع وأسهل وسيلة للبحث عن عمل ، آلاف الفرص تدرج أمامك في وقت قياسي.. ادخل، اختر وارتقِ بعملك إلى وظيفة أفضل، ومـجـــانـــــاً.

This was sent to me by email yesterday by Almanar job site, reading this made me feel "Yah right" and they kept on sending the same crap email over and over, so i sent them not to send me anything, yet this morning i found it twice in my email ... sho ya3ni JAKARA el sha3'leh ?
tab hayyo sar halla2 Spam email and it wont ever bother me again,

come on ya3ni, they have a crappy looking site, hard to navigate, not completely functional when using Firefox, i remember having a crappy time registering on it, and on top of that they send annoying messages, I don't know about you reader but I'm hanging on to theses sites:


and although akhtaboot is still a new one, the look and feel and the excellence of its design makes u see that its heading towards Professionalism.
Jobsclub is kinda my f
avorite coz i can see the latest stuff with just one click.

message to Almanar site, grow some advertising manners when handling ur users, and for god sake... make your site more user friendly, spamming emails attracts no one.


Bilal Al-Sharif said...

I agree Amjad But i think because i witnessed the site when it was released that i have something to add. They target the less eduacted people more, i mean less than BSc degree or Skilled workers. Its an initiative between Jordan and Canada and it seems they are trying to help Skilled Labour more than University Graduates.

Anonymous said...

Bayt.com and Aktaboot.com charge employers high fees just to post a job.

The best thing about Almanar that it is free for employers and recruiters.

ArabJobSearch.com is a new website offering free services for employers too.

I think sites that offer free services are more likely to grow. Why to pay when you can post jobs for free? And when those sites start having more job posts, it will attract more job seekers.