Freehive is a new Web 2.0 jobs/career networking site.
Freehive appears to have been started last week; it is that new. There are still some bugs to be worked out, however Freehive looks promising.
Unlike other social/business networking sites, Freehive guides new users through a series of screens designed to create a new account and profile. Emphasis in the Freehive signup process is on academics (universities attended, degrees, etc.) and employment, (past and present).
Once registered, Freehive users can update their profile and personal information.
What is different about Freehive?
myHive - A screen category which contains contacts, opportunity search and positions available based upon Freehive profile.
Buzzmates - other Freehive members you are associated with based upon school, employment or associations. These people create "buzz" about you on Freehive.
I think Freehive is promising, but needs work. A network search located only 9 other people, which leads me to believe that Freehive, again, is brand new and is still obtaining traction.
Further, whoever is behind Freehive has an emphasis on education, associations and "jobs" - this gives the impression that Freehive was the result of a recent university project created by a student from abroad.
More mature networking sites focus on networking and how well connected users can assist each other with introductions and revenue.
Freehive is promising, the "buzz" and "hive" concept are creative, and with time could develop into a useful business networking site.
Check out Freehive here.
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