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Topic # 107949 22-Aug-2012 22:52 Send private message

Hi everyone, some friends and I from polytech have recently made a website to get odd jobs done atwww.jobit.co.nz.?It's a completely free service that you can either post jobs to, or quote on jobs you want to do.

We are really trying to capture the kiwi DIY and helpful community feel with it. If you have the time it would be great if you could check it out and give us some feedback.

We don't have a budget and we would love feedback.

We also made a wee vid on it if you want to check that out at?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1RPhYfjBdk

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  Reply # 675733 22-Aug-2012 23:07 Send private message

I am impressed with the site design, really feels intuitive. Well done!

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  Reply # 675740 22-Aug-2012 23:36 Send private message

I like the idea a lot, seen a similar one years ago for various programming jobs.

Hopefully you can grow it fast enough before someone like TradeMe starts to do the same and stomps all over you.

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  Reply # 675741 22-Aug-2012 23:42 Send private message


Looks a good concept. The problem is going to be getting people to go to the site, which I supect you can do via social media by possibly offering some competition for people signing up. The web design, button and logo could do with some refinement , but the design of the layout, content and text look good.

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