I've known about SimplyHired.com for awhile now. But after using it for a bit I realize that it is a great resource for someone looking for a job. It is almost exactly like Indeed.com. The difference is that it pulls up on it's searches a lot of different jobs than Indeed. So, if you are looking for a job, consider using SimplyHired as a supplement not a full replacement for Indeed.
Also, consider some of the other sites listed below:
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It used to be that Indeed would scour the internet for all job postings. Wheter the site was a pay for a posting site like CareerBuilder, a company website, or a free posting site like Craigslist or Ebay Classifieds - the job posting would appear on the results of the Indeed job search engine result. Not any more. They no longer show results from free posting sites. So if your posting appears on Craigslist, ebay classifieds, or other free sites, it will no longer appear on Indeed.
This means, the recruiting strategy of posting on a free site and then have it appear on Craigslist will not work anymore.
I discovered this new online website that allows organizations to share spreadsheets and other things online to multiple users in real time. It looks like an advanced version of googledocs. I am in the process of testing it, but my first impression is that it looks really good.
I discovered this new website called ResumeBucket.com. It allows job seekers to post their resume and it allows employers to post jobs for free. I have not tested it fully yet, but my first impression is that it looks worth exploring further.