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Jobslinger – A Great Way to Find Mystery Shopping Jobs July 21, 2009

Posted by Ann Michaels & Associates in Uncategorized.
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Jobslinger is a free job board that allows you to register and search for mystery shopping jobs. You can view postings and apply for companies directly through the posts, making it easier and more streamlined to find new work and new companies to do work for.

There are many ways to make the most of using this site to increase your workload and ensure you are registering with legitimate companies.

  1. Mystery shoppers are independent contractors, which allow them to sign up with as many mystery shopping providers as they wish. The old school of thought was to find a list of all companies and start registering for them one by one. This is time consuming, and you can’t be sure all companies have work in your area. With Jobslinger, you can search by zip code to see who’s posting shops near you and register with them, increasing the likelihood of getting more shops.
  2. Recruting posts – similar to job postings, you can search the recruiting area to see who is looking for more shoppers in your area. This gives you another avenue to learn more about which companies have work in your area.
  3. Jobslinger Plus – this is a newer feature of the site, and they are currently offering a free trial. Tomorrow’s post will focus on the features and benefits of Jobslinger Plus.

Technology has helped mystery shoppers become more efficient in their searches for work. One of the mottos on Jobslinger’s site is “If you’re searching for jobs, you’re not out shopping.” Do you have any tips for streamlining your search for mystery shops?

Until next time…happy shopping!



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