I am looking for a creative domain for my job portal website. Can anyone suggest?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Joel Robertson



I am looking for a creative domain for my job portal website. Can anyone suggest?

Niraj, could you tell us a little more about this job portal? What level of employee do you focus on? What kinds of jobs will it include? What geographic location will you cover?

CreateEmploy.com is available to register!

It's not that great, but it's not that bad either, and a logo designer can probably work with that. Easy to remember, dot com, with a slight gimmick when you say it.

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I agree with Sid's answer that you should trust the networks as much as possible to help you get a foot in the door. With over 18 years of experience in your field, I am sure you have met many people who can help you in your search.

But I respectfully disagree with the statement that you shouldn't waste time on the resume. (As a resume writer, this makes sense, right?)

Some people have to reinvent themselves, no matter how far away they are in their career.

And if you have a lot of experience, that does not guarantee that you will get interviews.

I worked with a lady who was in

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I agree with Sid's answer that you should trust the networks as much as possible to help you get a foot in the door. With over 18 years of experience in your field, I am sure you have met many people who can help you in your search.

But I respectfully disagree with the statement that you shouldn't waste time on the resume. (As a resume writer, this makes sense, right?)

Some people have to reinvent themselves, no matter how far away they are in their career.

And if you have a lot of experience, that does not guarantee that you will get interviews.

I worked with a lady who was in her sixties and was NOT getting interviews. He just got fired and he was having a hard time.

He had a lot of experience in his industry, but his industry was not growing and was being passed by many younger candidates who would likely receive a lower salary. (Maybe some age discrimination).

… And I just worked with a person who had 25 years of experience in their field. A great guy and definitely qualified for the jobs I was applying for.

No interviews.

Not one.

The old resume was weak and made him seem "overqualified" for the positions he was applying for.

It is very important to analyze each part of the job search, which is why I say that you should consider those superficial level documents, such as a resume or a cover letter.

Do not forget! As you get more experience, you will be challenged to decide what you need to remove from the resume as well. If you keep everything, your resume may be out of focus or perhaps too long to read.

I see you are looking for resume services and can submit your resume for free review. We'll send you some tips, review your resume, and then you can decide how we can help you.

I wish you the BEST LUCK in your job search!

Thanks,

Chris

While many people choose to use Times New Roman either because it is a classic or an academic habit, as a former employment counselor I always recommended a sans serif font that was simple and easy to read. Sans serif refers to any font without additional sticks at the end of the letter. So Times New Roman and Quora font are serif, while fonts like Calibri and Arial are sans serif. Sans Serif fonts tend to be easier to read at a fast pace, which most employers do with resumes. Ebrima, Arial, and Franklin Gothic Book are some good options if you use Word. Remember to also use multiple headings

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While many people choose to use Times New Roman either because it is a classic or an academic habit, as a former employment counselor I always recommended a sans serif font that was simple and easy to read. Sans serif refers to any font without additional sticks at the end of the letter. So Times New Roman and Quora font are serif, while fonts like Calibri and Arial are sans serif. Sans Serif fonts tend to be easier to read at a fast pace, which most employers do with resumes. Ebrima, Arial, and Franklin Gothic Book are some good options if you use Word. Remember to also use multiple levels of headings to easily draw the reader's attention to different sections of your resume (for example, work experience, education) and headings (for example, job titles).

Here are some additional tips for writing a resume:

  1. Your name should be the largest item on the resume. Consider this your brand as a candidate.
  2. Use no more than 2 types of fonts on your resume
  3. Make sure your font is neither too big nor too small once printed. While a 12-point font is perfect in one font, it may be too large in another (for example, Times New Roman vs. Arial). You want your font to be legible, but it is not a large print novel. If you run out of room for key elements and do not want to reduce the font size, try reducing the margins and the size of the lines between the points (for example, 12 point font with 5 point spaces between each workstation in the list).
  4. For the sake of all that is sacred and human, DO NOT use Comic Sans on your resume. Always.

Good luck!

After the March 20 pandemic, many of us lost our jobs and were forced to stay home for a long time. But now that everything is on its way back to being normal, we are all on a crazy job search. And being one of them, I spent a lot of time on Internet job portals, looking for the perfect job for me. And in that search, I found some job portals that were really useful for me, in addition to the great powers like Naukri, linked or 4jobz.

So, I made a list of the five best job portals in India, which deserve a little more respect because they are real.

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After the March 20 pandemic, many of us lost our jobs and were forced to stay home for a long time. But now that everything is on its way back to being normal, we are all on a crazy job search. And being one of them, I spent a lot of time on Internet job portals, looking for the perfect job for me. And in that search, I found some job portals that were really useful for me, in addition to the great powers like Naukri, linked or 4jobz.

So, I made a list of the top five job portals in India, which deserve a little more respect as they really helped me get a job.

  1. Indeed:

Find great jobs anywhere in India with this website as it offers the best jobs and best in class services in the best companies across India and the rest of the world. I can say from personal experience that it is on its way to becoming the next great job portal in India.

2. Career search:

Job Search at Career Hunts, a search for all jobs in India. Career Hunts helps you search for millions of jobs on thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds, and company websites.

3. Brightness:

You can find good jobs in IT, engineering, banking and marketing sector in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad.

4. Temporary jobs:

Owned by the group of the times, this website is one of the preferred places for high-level jobs. They provide excellent job opportunities for beginners and professionals in leading companies in India.

5. MonsterJobs:

This international powerhouse has its Indian dominance, which incidentally has some of the best jobs. No matter what you need or where or then, they have it.

So, here are my options. And I'm sure they'll help you land your dream job too.

So keep going. And find that job you've been looking for for so long.

And I wish you all the best and happy hunting !!

A classic is definitely Google's Billboard Puzzle. A fascinating way to recruit the curious and talented.

In July 2004, Google tested an innovative way to recruit talented people by posting a math puzzle on a billboard on the "101 Freeway" in the heart of Silicon Valley. The billboard read:

{first 10-digit prime number found in consecutive digits of e} .com ".

The answer, 7427466391.com, would lead to a website with yet another equation to solve, with no sign yet of the company that wanted to recruit some of the best math specialists. It was not known what Google was, until the puzzle was crac

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A classic is definitely Google's Billboard Puzzle. A fascinating way to recruit the curious and talented.

In July 2004, Google tested an innovative way to recruit talented people by posting a math puzzle on a billboard on the "101 Freeway" in the heart of Silicon Valley. The billboard read:

{first 10-digit prime number found in consecutive digits of e} .com ".

The answer, 7427466391.com, would lead to a website with yet another equation to solve, with no sign yet of the company that wanted to recruit some of the best math specialists. It was not known what Google was, until the puzzle was solved.


Source: Google Billboard Puzzle

This is much more than a personal website. The beat design I have come across. This is a complete package of awesomeness and quality! Take a look at R. Leonardi's interactive resume.


http://www.rleonardi.com/interactive-resume/

It depends on what is unique to your portal. What will be your marketing strategy. What is your portal trying to give that others no longer give?

'Jobs.ninja' is available. If you want to try something that is unconventional, you can. Also 'jobsninja' with different extensions are available. If you choose "ninja" as your strategy, you can promise members that they will provide their rightful opportunities. Job opportunities that other sources are inefficient to provide. That's what 'ninjas' are supposed to do, right?

Hope this was helpful.

The truth is that there are patents in ALL businesses. Identifying company-related patents is neither trivial nor cheap. There is a saying, "It is easier to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission." In other words, as long as you don't blatantly copy another site, proceed to make your design. If you fail, no one will care, and if you succeed, hopefully you will earn enough money to license all the intellectual property you may need.

Since search engines treat all generic top-level domains as the same and you are looking to start a news website, the .info domain would be good as it is an unrestricted domain and would give your website a keyword in the domain name.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.info

it depends entirely on the number of years of work experience and the type of functions performed.

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