January brings record traffic to Florida CareerLINK!

TAMPA, FL (February 6, 2003) – Florida CareerLINK, the locally branded employment website, had a 65% increase of users during the month of January 2003 over the same month last year. Florida CareerLINK received a huge surge of traffic with their new advertising campaign, “No Suit, No Problem”, developed for their new Virtual Job Fair held from January 26 – February 15. This has resulted in a record number of LOCAL resumes being posted to the website. “The Virtual Job Fair not only serves as a launching pad for Florida CareerLINK’s new advertising campaign, but also prompts job seekers to evaluate their careers at the start of the new year, as evidenced by substantial traffic spikes in January,” stated Pamela Kauten, President and founder of PEAK Connections, Inc. the innovators of Florida CareerLINK. “Our goal was to provide a unique and valuable opportunity to our local employers and to find the best local candidates. We are thrilled that we've been able to do that so consistently,” Kauten said.

The new advertising campaign coincided with the redesign of Florida CareerLINK’s home page and website. Job seekers who visit Florida CareerLINK are greeted with a new interface that remains remarkably user friendly while presenting a fresh new look and feel. The re-energized Florida CareerLINK site design showcases Florida CareerLINK’s ongoing commitment to providing innovative products to job seekers and employers.

About Florida CareerLINK, Inc.
Founded in 1996, PEAK Connections, Inc. is a leading recruiting solutions and software company that develops and provides innovative recruiting solutions and services for LOCAL employers. As the company's flagship job site, Florida CareerLINK www.floridacareerlink.com, was voted the #1 LOCAL recruitment site in the state of Florida for the past 3 years and has also been recognized by Weddle's and CareerXRoad's as one of the top employment sites in the country.

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