NC Job Board Predicts 11th Month of Consecutive Growth in August, 2012 Despite Political Partisanship and Negative Presidential Election Ad Campaigns
Online PR News – 22-August-2012 – Clayton, NC – Jason Pedley, CEO and founder of ZuluJobs.com, announced today that the North Carolina job board has seen ten months of consecutive web traffic growth. The growth period is from September, 2011 through July, 2012.
Over that time period, the online job board's growth occurred as follows:
- Unique visitors increased by 135%
- Returning visitors increased by 177%
- First-time visitors increased by 157%
- Page loads increased by 143%
“While politicians in North Carolina use the unemployed and the unemployment rate as tools in their twisted political popularity game, the unemployed and under-employed of North Carolina are left to search for the work they are desperate and ready to perform,” said Jason Pedley, Founder of ZuluJobs.com. “The fact that more people are turning to online job boards, like ZuluJobs.com, shows me that political partisanship, especially in presidential election full of attack ads, has not – and seemingly will not – kill the spirit of the unemployed in North Carolina.”
ZuluJobs.com began as a job site that focused strictly on North Carolina jobs, but quickly grew to a network of job boards for every state. Jobs are also published via Twitter and Facebook.
About this data: This data is for informational purposes only, and is published by ZuluJobs.com on a semi-regular basis. Due to the competitive nature of online job boards, actual website traffic numbers are not publicly disseminated. Visitor data is collected on each website visit; no personal data is ever collected.
ZuluJobs.com is the North Carolina job board that connects North Carolina job-seekers with North Carolina jobs. ZuluJobs.com publishes jobs around the clock on the company’s website and blog network. North Carolina job-seekers can also access ZuluJobs.com through Twitter at twitter.com/ZuluJobsNC. For more information, visit ZuluJobs.com.