Top 50 Web 2.0 Sites For Job Search In 2010 – page 2

May 19 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Some of these tools made the last top web 2.0 sites list that I published. Others were in existence, but hadn’t made the list. Over 25% of these apps are new. Many of these sites are free, but not all. I do tend to favor free applications, as money is often tight to those in career transition.

Please note, the numerical order isn’t important – this isn’t a ranking. The list is ordered by function, describing how they can help a candidate.

Top Web 2.0 Sites – #1 – 25

    Social Networks
  1. Linkedin – Social network, primarily business http://www.linkedin.com/
  2. Facebook – Social network, business and personal http://www.facebook.com/
  3. Twitter – Text-like social network http://www.twitter.com/
  4. Ning – Private Social networks http://www.ning.com/
  5. MySpace – Social network, primarily personal http://www.myspace.com/
  6. YouTube – User generated video http://www.youtube.com/
  7. Lists and Directories

  8. Plaxo – Contact synchronizer http://www.plaxo.com/
  9. ZoomInfo – Business directory http://www.zoominfo.com/
  10. Spoke – Business directory & Social network http://www.spoke.com/
  11. Jigsaw – Business directory http://www.jigsaw.com/
  12. Twitter Lists – Lists of top industry Twitter lists  http://listorious.com
  13. JibberJobber.com – Job Search Contact Management, Job search tracking  http://www.jibberjobber.com
  14. Job Boards

  15. Indeed – Job listing aggregator http://www.indeed.com/
  16. SimplyHired – Job listing aggregator, also on Linkedin http://www.simplyhired.com/
  17. TweetMyJobs – Largest Job Board via Twitter http://tweetmyjobs.com/
  18. Crowdspring – Bid on freelance jobs.  Currently for designers and writers, but expanding to other types of freelance projects   http://www.crowdspring.com
  19. Office Tools

  20. Docs – Free MS Office documents online, easily post to Facebook – Office 2010 online to launch soon  http://www.docs.com
  21. Google Docs – Free MS Office compatible docs online, post links anywhere http://www.google.com/docs
  22. Media

  23. Flickr – User Generated Photo sharing http://www.flickr.com/
  24. Picasa – User generated photo sharing http://www.picasa.com/
  25. InterviewStudio.com – Professionally filmed/edited video resume http://www.interviewstudio.com/
  26. Websites & Online Portfolios

  27. Google Sites – Build a free website or online candidate portfolio  http://www.google.com/sites
  28. Webs.com – Build a free website or online portfolio  http://www.webs.com/
  29. Questions & Answers

  30. Yahoo Answers – User generated questions and answers http://www.answers.yahoo.com/
  31. LinkedIN Answers – User generated questions and answers http://www.linkedin.com/answers

( Continued … Top Web 2.0 Sites – #26 – 50 )

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