Good-Ole-Boy Networks are Using the Internet to Grow Their Businesses

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jobsite123.com Allows Local Networks of Commercial Construction and Design Firms around the U.S. to Showcase their History and Reputation Online.

The commercial construction industry is often referred to as a series of local ‘good-ole-boy’ networks. Across the U.S., the local players know which companies do what, and they refer each other according to word-of-mouth reputation. However, as effective as this traditional offline behavior has been, it’s far too inefficient to last.

Now out of its initial beta-testing phase, jobsite123.com is the first enterprise tool that allows commercial construction companies to prequalify each other’s history and reputation using the internet. And with so many companies looking to leverage their relationships to gain a competitive advantage, it’s no wonder that jobsite123.com is quickly growing its base of company profiles.

jobsite123.com already has over 20,000 companies signed-up. They are all building their company profiles, connecting to their network of company relationships and showcasing their hard-earned reputation.

To grow your business by leveraging your local business network online, begin by building your company’s complete qualifications profile in jobsite123.com. Then, invite the companies in your local network to connect, so you can begin cross-promoting each other online.

About jobsite123.com:
jobsite123.com is a powerful new search engine. Users FIND, QUALIFY & CONNECT with architects, engineers, contractors, material suppliers and other companies in the commercial construction industry. Companies maintain their own profiles, which display their best qualities - extensive qualifications, client performance ratings, industry relationships - FREE OF CHARGE. jobsite123.com profiles are indexed by Google and all major internet search engines, resulting in an effective B2B web presence for participating companies.

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