When I sold my job board company back in 2012 I was only spending 15 hours of my time each week running the business. It was an amazing passive income stream. Clients were loyal and kept coming back regularly to post their jobs. After 13 years online the sites essentially ran themselves.
Today I meet a lot of others who are experiencing that same feeling as they operate their job boards online. A job board that works is essentially an automatic revenue generator, an annuity that pays back month after month without fail.
This is especially true for established boards that have been around a number of years and serve a particular niche.
Take PsychologyJobs.com for example. It has been around for 10 years, dominates its niche, and rakes in thousands per month while the owner does nothing but collect a check each month. What logical person would not want to own such a business?
Fortunately you can because PyschologyJobs.com is for sale. The beauty of this opportunity is that there is huge room for growth as the current owner is not even actively marketing it beyond a few email campaigns. If you put in 5 hours a day you could potentially double the income of this site with a targeted prospecting campaign to companies who hire psychologists and other behavioral health type roles. Opportunities like this don’t come around very often.
I would much rather own a business that required no physical presence and made money while I slept. That is the power of the online job board business.