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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 30199 1-Feb-2009 13:39
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just read the sunday star times and they mention a job trading site called Greensky . Just wondered if anyone had used the site in anger at all? Just having a looking as I need to cover a gap in employment!



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 198340 27-Feb-2009 09:23
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Hi there, Green Sky is my website; launched in November. It's a site which allows you to earn money by promoting yourself on-line. Ideal for job-seekers (secondary income too), contractors/free-lancers, or people running their own small businesses who are looking for customers.

You create a personal profile explaining your skills, background, experience, where you are and what you have to offer. It's the reverse model for typical job placement. Employers/customers come to you, instead of you chasing the jobs. It allows you to kick-start your own thing with no investment on your part.

It's free for you to market yourself. We are building our database - we have 390 registered and 165 'live' profiles. Need more critical mass to start generating real traffic (2,000 hits in the last month) and successful job placement.

We have a few successes; I'm working hard to get more work connections for the people on the site. Would love your feedback about the site. Cheers, Philippa

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  Reply # 198364 27-Feb-2009 11:15
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First I have heard of the site.  But it is a very cool concept with a great looking website.  Clean and appears easy to use!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 198374 27-Feb-2009 13:11
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Thanks - I appreciate your thumbs up. Feel free to spread the love about Green Sky. If any Geekzone users want to use Green Sky, enter the word FRIENDS in the promo box on the Homepage, and you'll get six months free on our best plan (value $200) Cheers, Philippa

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