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JobsInSearch.com Celebrates 2 Years of Search Marketing Jobs Classifieds

Since JobsInSearch.com‘s launch in October 2004 the site has featured job vacancies with leading Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) firms in both the UK and North America and featured interviews with Industry leaders.

“In the two years we have been operating there has been phenomenal growth in the world of Search,” commented Mike Taylor, founder of JobsInSearch.com. “For example, when we launched very few companies (outside of specialist SEO and Search Marketing firms) were employing SEO or Search Engine Marketing staff. Now it is common for a wide range of companies, across many different industry sectors, to employ their own in-house SEO and Search Engine Marketing related employees.”

JobsInSearch.com is well ranked in the search engines, with first page rankings on Google and Yahoo! for the search terms SEO Jobs (often position number one) and Search Marketing Jobs meaning that all advertised job vacancies can be easily found by new job seekers. All the published jobs are immediately sent by email to an experienced pool of registered jobseekers.

Also, to increase awareness and visibility, all the jobs posted on the JobsInSearch.com web site also appear on OnlineMarketingJobs.com and DigitalMediaJobs.com at the same time at no extra charge. Both of these job sites are also owned and operated by JobsInSearch.com.

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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
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  1. The idea behind JobsInSearch.com is strong. unfortunatly they do a very poor job of providing what they promise.

    Out of close to 200 listings, they have 5, yes 5 from the US. Maybe that’s their target market, but I mean come on, 5? I can find more then that on craigslist alone in Dallas.

    They should really be working on agregation deals to get SEO jobs from elsewhere if they can’t supply the listings. Just my $0.02