JobsInLogistics.Com’s Sales Climb 47 Percent

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<p><strong>North Miami Beach, Fla. &mdash; Aug. 10</strong><br />JobsInLogistics.com, an online job board that targets the logistics, supply chain, transportation, distribution and manufacturing professions, reported financial results for the second quarter of 2007.&nbsp; </p><p>The job board announced a revenue increase of 47 percent, compared with the same quarter of 2006.<br /><br />This is the 26th consecutive quarter JobsInLogistics.com has reported an increase of revenue earnings.&nbsp; </p><p>Since 2001, the financial increases have ranged from 30 percent to 114 percent.</p><p>JobsInLogistics.com attributes the consistent growth to targeted marketing and excellent customer support. </p><p>&quot;We market our services to trade magazines, logistics associations, as well as investing in thousands of specialized keywords on search engines,&rdquo; said Sharon Castillo, director of marketing. &ldquo;As we continue to deliver great candidates and provide top-quality customer service, JobsInLogistics.com plays an increasingly important role in our clients&rsquo; recruiting strategies.&rdquo;<br /><br />The customer care strategy (CCS) begins with the national account executives and continues to the day-to-day activities with the customer service team.&nbsp; </p><p>&ldquo;There is a commitment to produce results for our users,&quot; said Ericka Parks, customer service manager. &quot;We create a rewarding and satisfying customer experience, time and again.&rdquo; <br /></p>

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