So we built a job board and launched it today at CrunchBoard.com. Now these people can connect directly. Our goal with CrunchBoard is to build the ultimate web insider’s network. A thirty day ad costs $200. I’ll consider CrunchBoard a success if we manage to put the right people together and make the entire ecosystem a little more efficient. RSS feeds are available for all listings as well as for each category.
Es wundert mich etwas, dass er – Michael Arrington – das Crunchboard als eigenständige Website/Domain eingerichtet hat. Auf Techcrunch selbst findet man lediglich einen wenig prominenten Verweis in der Sidebar.
The CrunchBoard job board officially launched last Thursday. We’ve gathered some interesting stats on the service after being up almost a week. There have been a total of 73 jobs posted on the site, or about ten per day. Both large and small companies are using it for their hiring needs – customers include Fox (including Myspace, Fox Sports, IGN and other properties), NBC, Six Apart, Pandora, Sharpcast, MobiTV, Photobucket, Piczo, Meevee, Simply Hired, Browster, Flock, .. The site has had just under 100,000 visitors and 180,000 page views – a lot of people are looking at these jobs.
Insgesamt eine prima Erweiterung zu Techcrunch. Umsatzmäßig läuft es nach einer mit 14.000 USD auch nicht schlecht an.