Gettysburg, PA (PRWEB) November 13, 2007
The niche job board network BigTimeJobs.com has changed its name to NicheClassifieds.com as it plans on expanding its network of classified ad web sites into personals, autos, and real estate.
In late 1998 with the origional idea of LandscapeJobs.com, a place for landscaping jobs and resumes, Dean Davis started what has now become NicheClassifieds.com. With simply the basic understanding that people use the Internet to search for specific things LandscapeJobs.com was quickly followed by TreeCareJobs.com, IrrigationJobs.com and GreenIndustryJobs.com designed for all types of jobs in the Green Industry. With activity increasing more sites like AnimalJobs.com, DentalAssistantJobs.com, BookKeeperJobs.com, NightShiftJobs.com and many more just seemed to make sense.
Now with more than 250 niche job boards, why stop there. Specific and targeted search engine queries make it possible for web sites who carry quality niche information to drive very high quality traffic. As an example If someone were searching Google for a 1921 Babe Ruth Baseball Card (Do they exist?) perhaps they might find a site like BabeRuthTradingCards.com if it had quality content.
Classified ads generally have four strong catagories; Employment, Autos, Real Estate and Personals. NicheClassifieds.com plans on getting into all four. Personals are interseting because they have become a legitimate way for people to meet their true love and people are very willing to shell out a few extra bucks in hopes of not being alone. Personals will be the next target for NicheClassifieds.com as it will roll out sites like MeetInMiami.com, MeetInBoston.com, MeetInLosAngeles.com and 60 similar sites in 2008. Auto and Real Estate sites will follow.
NicheClassifieds.com has grown to a point where it is on the radar screen of larger classified ad companies and drives very targeted traffic. Going forward the company may align itself with other ad companies that share the same vision and have strong voice.
Niche classified ads will continue to grow for many reasons. While a general auto site has it's place, so do several sites for 1967 Corvettes. You get the picture.