Phase 2 of the Cost Per Network, a finalized and full feature functional Cost Per Jobs, is almost ready to roll out for the public. The plan is to unveil the complete interface for the Cost Per Jobs service on Friday. I’ve put a ton of work into the site, trying to make it as intuitive and user friendly as possible while still retaining enough functionality and depth for users.
There will be two main sections – one for job seekers and one for those posting jobs. Job searches can be made by location, keywords, types, requirements, etc. The search functionality is very deep, and that is the place where we’ve put the most work into making the site different from other solutions.
The beta tests have proven successful so far, and we’re still kicking the tires to make sure that everything loads quickly and correctly.
So, if all continues to go well, the new interface will replace the existing one this Friday.
Thanks to everyone who has helped in the testing and those of you who have sent in emails giving quality suggestions about what you’d like to see to make this a valuable service for the online and affiliate industries. Let me know if you have any suggestions or things you’d like to see included!
Phase 3 of the Cost Per Network should be rolling out sometime around Affiliate Summit West, so you’ll be hearing more about that soon 🙂