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    Offline Business Example

    I got the idea to develop an off-line business site where the revenues should be derived from off-line people.

    My Niche is "recruitment".

    You are welcome to copy my idea, but maybe link to my site and let's network .

    The idea is that many job seekers register on your site and you build an e-mail list and also you attract recruitment consultants that may pay a subscription to obtain monthly leads.

    I just started constructing my site at: M4 Jobs which only contains the text so far.

    I have a lot of ideas regarding how to construct a job-related lead-capture site, and I suspect that forum members here will have some good ideas too.

    Share your ideas ...

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    Its like a hybrid of the classic head hunters gig...only problem with this economy is do you charge the people seeking work vice charging the employers like you do in a hot market? That would keep out the crap applicants, but a lot of people still expect the legacy/old model of not having to pay for a lead on getting a job...

    One of my ex-inlaws used to run a large head hunting firm. Will see if I still have any of the material around to forward you later this weekend to help give you ideas.

    Cheers,
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    One of my ex-inlaws used to run a large head hunting firm. Will see if I still have any of the material around to forward you later this weekend to help give you ideas.
    Thanks James.

    I think it's illegal to charge job-seekers a fee in the UK though.

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