Job Search A WassupBlog Service


job searchJob search is important because people all over the world are looking for a job. It may be an extra job to supplement their income or it could be because they just want a change in their work environment. Many may even have joined the unemployment cue because of the downturn in the economy. Still there is work out there for those fortunate enough to use the right Job Search facility.

Finding the right job can sometimes be a hassle which is why having the right job search tool is so important.

Enter the Job Search Engine by Neuvoo!

Job Search By Neuvoo

I was very fortunate to be approached by someone from Neuvoo to place their job search engine on my blog. At first I incorporated it in the sidebar but I was so impressed with them that I’ve devoted a whole page to the Neuvoo job search engine. As you can see I can even place it within this very post.

Total jobs: 15 519 560
RBC
  |  Montreal, Quebec
 - 10 Feb 2016

. Boost your sales skills and build a more successful career. Ready to make the most out of a future in financial services. If you are a self motivated, determined individual who e...

RBC
  |  Montreal, Quebec
 - 09 Feb 2016

. Évoluez dans un environnement stimulant où performance et souplesse sont de mise en service à la clientèle de première ligne. Vous ne savez jamais ce que vous réserve le prochain...

neuvoo job search jobs

You’ll notice at the end of the Job Search Engine on my Jobs Page that I’ve listed all the different countries where Neuvoo offer their job search facility. At the  moment mine is showing jobs available in Australia. Once I work it out I should be able to set it to show jobs in a particular city of any country. That way I can target my local traffic.

I can even target a keyword, so on my photo blog I could show any photography related jobs.  :drunk_tb: Yes, I will be offering their unique job search facility on my other blogs as well.

So, who are neuvoo? They’re an international job aggregator who launched in 2011. As you can see from the list on my job search page they’re available in 42 countries. They’re headquarters are in Montreal, Canada and a European office in Switzerland.

I like that they aggregate all jobs from employers’ career pages so job seekers can freely find all jobs available in their preferred area. A whole lot better than going onto multiple sites looking for their dream job.

I’d be really interested in anyones experience with neuvoo! Once I get the targeting bug worked out I’ll probably set up several job search pages linking to different countries, targeting those specific to those countries sending the most traffic.

 

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Canon MG7160 Not Scanning Wirelessly?


I bought my Canon MG7160 some time ago and it connected flawlessly to my home Wi-Fi. That was until last night when I tried to scan a document. Damn! That’s when I found out my Canon MG7160 not scanning at all. For some reason the MacBook Pro would print wirelessly but when it came to scanning the Canon MG7160 just would not scan wirelessly.

The Canon MG7160 Not Scanning Wirelessly Fix!

Canon MG7160 not scanning wirelessly

I really needed to scan that document and so after Googling a lot of crap I tried connecting it to the printer via the USB. Nope! While the Canon MG7160 printer recognised the printer it still would not scan. WTF!

I had already installed the updated printer driver for the Canon MG7160 so I knew that wasn’t the problem. That’s when it suddenly hit me, maybe Canon had a seperate driver for the scanner!

So off I go to the Canon Drivers & Download page.Two clicks later I found myself on the Pixma MG7160 Utilities page. From there I downloaded the IJ Scan Utility Ver. 2.1.6 (OS X). Once I downloaded and ran that file I noticed a new folder in the MacBook Pro application folder, the IJ Scan Utility Folder. That folder had the driver that I needed to finally get the Canon MG7160 printer to scan properly.

You can see it working in the video below.

What was really cool was it scanned the document while I was in another room. I didn’t expect that. Sure, I know that’s what wirelessly means but it’s not like it would change the documents wirelessly is it?  :tongue_laugh_ee:

The good thing now is that anytime I want to scan something I just need to fire up the Canon MG7160 utility and I’m good to go.

I hope you found this post of some help. If you did it would be great if you would share it around.

 

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My Top Ten YouTube Videos

I first started my YouTube video career way back in March of 2008! I put that particular video together as a paid post I did for buy.com. It would have to be one of my worst ever YouTube videos getting only 73 views. I haven’t even bothered to monetise that video because I’m a teeny weeny bit embarrassed about it.

Since then I have produced 71 videos which have been viewed over 320,000 times earning me over $650! I’ve also got 280 subscribers which is pretty cool I think.

All that aside I thought I would share with you my top ten YouTube videos.

Top Ten YouTube Videos

Views

18,839
16,098
45,540
160,880
10,711
3,384
28,398
4,907
3,059
2,678

Earnings

$3.16
$54.49
$81.65
$378.84
$47.35
$25.49

$9.54
$5.74
$3.17

Date

November 2014
February 2014
August 2013
June 2013
December 2011
September 2011
April 2008
February 2014
December 2013
December 2013

top ten youtube videosObviously the most profitable and most popular video is the Freestyle motorbike one. Candy Crush 147 is definitely second but it’s popularity has died down sum which is probably why it’s not earning as much money, While my split second photos video is gaining in popularity it’s earning potential just isn’t up to scratch.

If you were to compare the Split second video to the ‘How to fix toilet’ video, which is a lot older and has less views, the toilet one has earned a lot more money. Does this mean that viewers who like ‘How To” videos are more likely to click on an ad? if you check my other ‘How To’ videos you’ll notice they’re all pretty good earners.

Problem with that is those ‘How To’ videos are a lot harder to produce because you really need to  know the subject matter before producing a video. Even so they should be a part of your top 10 YouTube videos list.

Even though my Split Second Photo video, which has quite a few views, isn’t performing so well I’ve decided to produce another video along similar lines. This time though it’s not going to be about hot sports women, just in case that’s keeping some advertisers away. Nope, this time it’s all about….

35 Perfectly Timed Photos In Sport

You can help the video along it’s merry way by giving it a thumbs up  :thumbup_tb: and sharing it with you’re friends. I’m happy to return the favour if you have a video you would like promoted. As long as it’s nothing offensive  :naughty:

So, how are your videos going? Do you have a top ten YouTube videos list?

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