JobBoardReviews.com just launched New Site! You'll wanna see this!

JobBoardReviews.com just re-launched with a brand new site. We are now way more than just a Job Board Directory, we are a Social Network and Online Community!

Some of the great features include:

The Job Board Review Directory - A growing registry of all the Job Board on the internet. To be a part of the directory you simply need to sign up and submit your job board profile. With each additional Job Board added to our directory our voice grows stronger--don't miss out.
The JBR Community - The Community of JBR has many features from personal profiles with many applications to choose from to install-like Twitter Updates (an application which displays your latest Twitter activities), member groups, member photo galleries, a community blog -- The JBR Blogs (Voices of the industry), calendar of events, and the JBR forum. There are many ways to interact with members from writing on each other's walls, a profile application, to commenting on blog posts, photos, videos to much, much more. We worked to bring the best of the webs social networking features together to make one dynamic and addicting community.
JBR Member Points and contests coming soon - Make sure you upload an avatar to your profile to start earning JBR points. JBR and our sponsors are will be offering lots of prizes in the upcoming months for members earning the most points. If you would like to sponsor a contest or advertise on JBR please email us at advertise (at) JobBoardReviews.com.

Note: You need to upload an avatar to begin earning the points.

Come Visit! We would love to hear what y’all think of the new site!

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