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February 25, 2013

Introducing our homegrown Employment Social Network

We’ve been thinking about this new project for a long time now and it looks like we’re already nearing our beta launch so I’d like to give a few folks an early preview of this site we’re working on.

We’ve been looking for a better jobs listing or jobs search site for a long time but most of the time we ended getting the recommendations of friends or former colleagues. This is the reason why we’re building this site — to get better employment recommendations, by friends or former officemates or anyone you worked with before.

So instead of launching just another jobs listing as part of this site, we’re pushing it a bit further and make it more social.

And yes, it’s a bit of a bold move to call it Yuga as shown in the logo above and the use of the domain yuga.es as our domain is a play on the domain extension. If you’re interested with what we’re working on, you can sign up for a notification here: reserve.yuga.es so you can take an early peek once we go to the beta period.


17 Responses to “Introducing our homegrown Employment Social Network”

  1. Blgr
    Twitter: infoblgr
    says:

    sweet! galing mo tlaga sir

  2. paul a.
    Twitter: darklightred
    says:

    our company would like to be a part and support your employment social networking.

    More power

  3. dan says:

    why not, could be the phil’s own billion peso site. I just hope this wouldn’t end up like the group buying idea which was I think called yugadeal before

  4. charice says:

    ano to parang Linkedin lang ang peg?

  5. jdGONEMAD
    Twitter: jdGONEMAD
    says:

    nice move master yuga.

  6. charlie says:

    sir parang linkedin lang ba ito? ano po difference niya sa linkedin?

  7. ric says:

    “…and the use of the domain yuga.es as our domain is a play on the domain extension…”

    Di ko ma gets to… hahahaha.

  8. sweetscrazy says:

    another job site? i suggest you get a niche (like specializing in IT / Callcenter jobs), otherwise you won’t have any advantage over other job sites which already have thousands of listings and have the capital to scale, protect, and administer quality content.

  9. Apple says:

    We all have our shot to experiment or introduce anything new that we think its useful as nobody can tell which service or product will make it big.

    Hindi ibig sabihin may SM north na di na pwede mag tayo ng mall sa area. The result ? Trinoma

    Hindi ibig sabihin my Friendster na di na pwede mag put up ng iba ? the result Facebook

    Hindi ibig sabihin my number 1 na mobile phone company which is NOkia dati di na pwede magkaroon ng other mobile phone company? The result Samsung.

    Ang dami pa remember may Globe and Smart na — Naka penetrate pa ang Sun cell.

    May Philippine Airlines na – Naka penetrate pa ang Cebu Pacific.

    The list goes on.

  10. Rod Napeda says:

    That was genius @Apple. Hopefully Yuga will be added to the list someday soon. Just keep it simple yet sexy @yuga. Looking forward.

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  12. Justin says:

    Who the hell is Arnold Gamboa?!?!

  13. Arnold Gamboa
    Twitter: Arnoldgamboa
    says:

    Justin, who the hell is Arnold Gamboa? You’re starring at him right now. :D

  14. Loki says:

    I wish I could be part of the project.

  15. qwertio says:

    Great idea. I hope this will be better than the existing job-searching websites that are filled with spam recruitment of BPOs.

  16. Mica
    Twitter: micasobre
    says:

    good luck with this abe!!

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