Software Critics Job Board Now Open

December 6, 2009 | By | 4 Replies More

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Generating revenue out of your blogging efforts is basically the next big step you would do after all the hard work of producing and marketing content and networking with like-minded people.

While there are a lot of avenues nowadays where everyone online can generate income, big or small, it’s always better if you’re getting more than just revenue from Adsense clicks but is also giving away some value to your readers in exchange.

Reciprocation for me is a motivation to give back to my readers the value they could get out of visiting my blog thus this concept gave birth to the creation of Software Critics Job widget.

I have been running a job placement banner for a few months although it’s not something that you can actually get a reasonable revenue from clicks compared to Adsense but the fact that it’s my way of extending thank you to my readers and help to those who needs to earn a living, I continued to place the ad until recently, I decided to fully integrate a dedicated job placement board on this blog so that more and more readers would benefit.

Software Critics Job widget is powered by JobThread.com, a network for job seekers, employers and online publishers working together to build a better employment opportunity hub for everyone.

The benefits of having a job board or widget on a site or blog is not at all lucrative. For me, it’s just my own humble way of giving thanks and providing value to my readers in the best possible way I can.

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  1. Bill says:

    Wow cool move matt…I will let other know about this opportunity
    .-= Bill´s last blog ..Mand Behind The Gun – TechCats =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    Thanks, Bill!

  3. John Samuel says:

    Quite interesting. I never had heard of such a way. All the best for your efforts
    .-= John Samuel´s last blog ..Open Link in New Tab versus Background Tab =-.

  4. Mathdelane says:

    Thanks, John.

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