I Lost My Job.com Introduces Video Stations to Close the Gap Between Job Transition Professionals and People Needing Their Assistance

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Website users benefit from immediate access to dynamic video content about any area of job transition.

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Video stations bring outside video content directly our visitors and members through highly customizable web pages

ILostMyJob.com today announced a new service called Video Stations for businesses and organizations to use interactive video to help people in job transition.

Video Stations enable businesses, organizations and professionals to create custom video-enabled web pages within the ILostMyJob.com sites. The core product consists of a customizable web page combined with the ability to add video and interactive features, such as contact forms, advertisements, and links to specific content.

“Video stations bring outside video content directly our visitors and members through highly customizable web pages,” says James Beal, CEO of ILostMyJob.com. “Organizations and businesses that work with people in job transition can use video stations to help more people as well as reach more potential customers and partners. As an educational tool that can also be promotional while providing online service and training, video stations are a win-win for both visitors and advertisers.”

ILostMyJob.com already provides unemployment and career services professionals with ways to reach people after job loss through its Featured Content services, which are articles and videos that circulate throughout the website. With video stations, there is additional control over how the video is being presented. Businesses and organizations can have new video created with ILostMyJob.com or they can upload their existing video directly to the video station system.

The video station feature can be viewed in action at http://www.ilostmyjob.com/demo

I Lost My Job.com http://www.Ilostmyjob.com/info is a transition focused website that helps people who have lost their jobs and are seeking information, ideas and inspiration to find their next employment situation. Launched in 2007 the growing web property boasts a robust content delivery system that integrates written word with powerful video content.


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