If you have always dreamed of getting more interviews and job offers then this may be
among the most exciting things you ever read.
My name is Harrison Barnes, and I have spent the past ten years of my life investigating a method for taking every single job, from every single website, and putting all of these jobs in one place. I have dedicated my career to tracking down jobs and getting people jobs and have gotten tens of thousands of people jobs throughout the year. I am on a mission ...
Here is what I've discovered ...
Writing Jobs Are Getting Harder and Not Easier to Find Because They Are in Too Many Locations.
Most writing jobs are not on the job boards you have heard of—Monster, CareerBuilder, HotJobs and so forth. Instead, these jobs are out there on hundreds of thousands of small websites. They are on:
- numerous small job boards
- employer websites
- association websites
- newspaper websites
- government websites
- and thousands of other places.
In fact, writing jobs are scattered on so many locations out there it is difficult to believe. I cannot believe it myself. Incredibly, writing jobs are scattered in so many places they are difficult to find. I have issued press release after press release about this issue. Here is one of the releases
Personally, I think the situation is at "crisis proportions". Here is one such press release I did which explains my incredible findings (you can see the original here http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS118942+07-Apr-2008+BW20080407
PASADENA, Calif.—(Business Wire)—Harrison Barnes, the CEO of EmploymentCrossing.com, a website that consolidates jobs on its site from employer websites and other job boards, says there is not a crisis in the employment market as reported by the Department of Labor on Friday. Instead, Barnes believes jobs are getting harder to find because they are moving so rapidly away from local newspapers to the web—to so many websites that job seekers can no longer find the jobs that are available.
What I Discovered in 10+ Years of Researching the Writing Job Market and Getting Tens of Thousands of People Jobs.
"The jobs are disbursed among too many websites," says Barnes. "It used to be you could pick up one or maybe two local newspapers when looking for a job. Now you need access to the web and most job seekers are visiting only a few sites when searching for a job. We visit over 10,000 websites a day to find jobs for our site. There are jobs out there for everyone. Not surprisingly, the job losses being reported by the Labor Department are also largely confined to professions like manufacturing where people do not have access to the web."
According to Barnes, people looking for a job simply cannot find the openings out there. With over 10,000 job sites and even more employer career pages, Barnes believes that the jobs out there are distributed to so many sites that it is getting harder for people to find jobs.
Barnes believes that his EmploymentCrossing.com site is "a good first step" towards solving this problem because it consolidates every job it can find. In addition, EmploymentCrossing.com is research company. While it does charge employers to post jobs, it balances out these paid listings by continually researching jobs from every other source it can find. It also remains an unbiased source of listings because it clearly shows you which listings are paid.
"A main part of EmploymentCrossing's business model is to consolidate every single job on our site. I view the number of Internet sites out there with jobs on them as a crisis and job seekers should too," says Barnes.
There are a lot of people out there who think they know what you need to do in order to get a job. They will tell you how to dress for an interview. How to put together an interesting cover letter. How to smile for interviews. How to do your resume. With some exceptions ...
ALL OF THIS STUFF IS BULLSHIT AND WILL HARDLY HELP YOU ONE BIT!
That's right. You can fart around in the unemployment office or with career counselors and talk about your mother or how your boss had a bad personality and put your resume on fancy paper all you want. None of this is not going to make any difference whatsoever if you do not know where the writing jobs are and have access to job openings.
That's right. The absolute most important thing is that you have access to job openings. Without access to writing job openings you can have the best resume in the world—or that there has ever been—and it will not matter one bit. One iota. Zilch. Zero. Nada.
What we do at WritingCrossing is something that is the "bargain of the century" for writing job seekers. We meticulously go out and monitor every website we can find out there for writing jobs and then take those jobs and put them on our site. This is an exercise that requires an incredible number of servers, programmers and other resources to pull off and it is a task that our company spent years developing for you and millions and millions of dollars.
In fact, I am embarrassed to say that this project was so expensive to build that we will be lucky if it ever breaks even within the next several years. I wish I was able to access a website like WritingCrossing when I was looking for a job.
You can. When you use WritingCrossing you will see more openings that fewer people know about than anywhere else. You will see writing jobs from virtually every small website out there we can find. You will find writing jobs from numerous small websites. You will be able to find an incredible number of jobs that you would not be aware of normally.
Knowing about more job openings means more interviews. More interviews mean more jobs.
There is a final point that I want to bring to your attention about WritingCrossing that merits a short discussion because it has the ability to fundamentally change your life.
Very few people know about the jobs that are on employer websites and small job boards and other "out of the way" locations. Because so few people know about these jobs they typically receive few if any applications. (Contrast this with jobs that appear on big sites like Monster, CareerBuilder, HotJobs and so forth.) Due to the jobs on WritingCrossing receiving fewer applications, you are likely to receive far more interviews and offers. Additionally, WritingCrossing limits access to the writing jobs on its site to people who are WritingCrossing members and this keeps the applications to jobs on our site down even more.
WritingCrossing is Not Perfect and Does Have Some Limitations.
WritingCrossing, however, is not perfect and it does have some limitations. For example, there are lot of employers with career pages we do not have on the site. The amount of job information we are processing through our servers is so extensive that it takes several hours between when we find a job and when it goes live on the site. Nevertheless, we are constantly trying hard and always improving in terms of the speed at which we get writing jobs and how well we do.
WritingCrossing is a website that is designed to track down every single job opening in the market. There is nothing like it out there and it is something that will change your career by getting you exposure to more opportunities. Exposure to the maximum amount of opportunities is critical for finding a job.
I encourage you to complete your registration today and try WritingCrossing RISK FREE for three days
. You should consider yourself privileged to know about something most of your friends and acquaintances likely do not.
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