Need to Post a Job? Here are the Most Popular US Job Posting Sites

 

There are hundreds of options when you want to post a job, but really in the US there are only few sites that have good traffic: LinkedIn, Craigslist.org, Indeed.com, Monster.com and Careerbuilder.com and the most popular general purpose job sites.

Of course, there are sites that are better for finding specific types of specialties. For example, with designers behance.net and dribbble.com are great options as they are communities where designers hang out. Careers.stackoverflow.com is a good option for developers.

So, here is a spreadsheet which compares the most popular sites to post a job in the USA including its Alexa ranking (which gives you an indication of the popularity of the site) and the cost to post.

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7 Shocking Stats & Trends about the Internet – Infographic

If you're involved in an online startup, it's important to analyze major Internet trends that are likely to make an impact in the next few years. You could look for the emerging tech that might give you a strategic business advantage if you're an early adopter.

In this infographic, we show 7 shocking stats & trends about the Internet that might interest you.

7 Shocking Stats & Trends About the Internet Infographic

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Why Hiring Offshore is a Positive Force in the World

Hiring offshore

There is a lot of negative press about companies off-shoring jobs to India or the Philippines.

If you read an article about jobs going offshore and hiring offshore you hardly expect it to be a positive news article.

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Comparison of Credit Card Processing Companies

 

We know that deciding on which of those credit card processing companies to choose can be a complete pain in the neck. That's how we came up with a Google spreadsheet that lists for you the top options and compares the charge rate plus some of the key features.

There are some big picture decisions to make: Do you need recurring payments? Braintree could be a good option for this. Do you need a mobile device reader to physically swipe cards? Perhaps you might want to try Squareup. Or are you a developer and looking for a really easy way to integrate payments to your site? Stripe.com could be a fit. Paypal is also an easy option for many because there are a lot of people that have a Paypal account, and this can make it easier for those people to transact with you.

You also need to make the decision if you will go for the more traditional (and more difficult) route of getting a separate merchant account and payment gateway, or an easier method of getting an account which does it all for you.

If you would like to add other credit card payment processing options that you are aware of, just let us know so we can edit the sheet.

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