yes that's how I want to play this out but It was just today I realized that how much personal info is out there in open, just want to know if there is any way to get rid of the whois info on multiple databases?
Got it. It's an extremely difficult market, so I'm curious as to how you'll break in. How will you gain traction? what's your value proposition to candidates & companies, versus the big name and niche sites crowding the space?
I completely agree on the degree of difficulty. For now, I plan to experiment with a couple of added value services (aimed at, for example, startups trying to hire non-technical leadership). Looking at your profile, are you interested to chat more about it?
Hi there, I've created this job board to serve people like myself, who are not technical but interested in working for a technology company. It's for everyone in finance, legal, sales, hr, operations etc.
I've populated it with jobs from companies which advertised in the HN Who Is Hiring March 2015 thread, and you are welcome to post your own jobs!
Thank you. Sorry, I only saw your comment today. I created the website in 2011, but for two years I was just doing some testing and SEO on the side. The last six months I have been more serious about it and the business have been increasing every month.
Wow, congratulations on your success! Have you maybe thought about redesigning your homepage? I'm certainly not in your target audience, but it was a little bit hard to understand your value proposition - maybe think whom you are selling to (CTOs, CEOs etc.) and adjust your copy accordingly. Good luck and hope you succeed in fundraising!
I'm working on a home page redesign right now, so yeah I'll have that done fairly shortly... probably a few weeks. The new version is a bit more "pro" or "enterprisey" looking and tries to clarify things a bit while continuing to keep it simple.
Clarifying the message has been tough overall. In some ways it's so simple it's hard to convey. "Connect ALL THE THINGS!!#$!#$!#4!11" ?