Top 50 Web 2.0 Sites For Job Search In 2010 – page 3

May 19 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Top Web 2.0 Sites – #26 – 50

    Groups
  1. Linkedin Groups – Networking, Alumni, industry and networking groups  http://www.linkedin.com/home?myGroups
  2. Facebook Groups – Common interest based groups http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=2361831622&b;
  3. Yahoo Groups – Common interest based groups http://www.groups.yahoo.com/
  4. Google Groups – Common interest based groups http://www.groups.google.com/
  5. Grou.ps – Common interest based groups http://www.grou.ps/
  6. Blogs

  7. Blogger – Blog platform http://www.blogger.com/
  8. WordPress – Blog platform http://www.wordpress.com
  9. Bookmarks & site reviews

  10. Delicious – Social bookmarking http://www.delicious.com/
  11. Digg – User submitted reviews of websites, services, blogs http://www.digg.com/
  12. StumbleUpon – User reviews and web channel surfing http://www.stumbleupon.com/
  13. Reddit – Submit, vote on, and rank news & links http://www.reddit.com/
  14. Feeds

  15. FeedDemon – Manage RSS feeds http://www.feeddemon.com/
  16. Google Reader – Manage RSS feeds http://www.google.com/reader
  17. Communication

  18. Skype – Social network, IM, and VOIP http://www.skype.com/
  19. Google Voice – Free Voip, text, phone forwarding http://www.google.com/voice
  20. Meebo – Web based multi platform IM http://www.meebo.com/
  21. Maps

  22. Google Maps – Maps, directions, traffic, public transit, biking, satellite, 3D, street views http://www.maps.google.com/
  23. Yahoo Maps – Maps, directions, traffic, satellite http://www.maps.yahoo.com/
  24. Bing Maps – Maps, directions, traffic, satellite, 3D http://www.bing.com/maps/
  25. Events

  26. Google Calendar – Shared and mashup calendars http://www.google.com/calendar
  27. Evite – User generated invitations and events http://www.evite.com/
  28. Meetup – User generated special interest group meeting listings http://www.meetup.com/
  29. Eventful – Create and share events http://www.eventful.com/
  30. Research

  31. Wikipedia – User created encyclopedia http://www.wikipedia.com/
  32. Feedback

  33. Razume – User submitted resumes, professional community review & feedback http://www.razume.com/

None of these tools on their own will find a job for you – only you can do that for yourself. However, these sites can help job seekers overcome a huge challenge – differentiating themselves over the most competitive job market in our lifetimes.

Readers – How can you use these tools to brand yourself online and gain more inside information on companies/opportunities. Recruiters and hiring managers – How do you find candidates using Web 2.0?

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