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Gofargojobs.com offers a new way to find the next great job or employee

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Fargo INC!, Fargo Monthly and gofargojobs.com are excited to team up to provide a new way for job seekers to find their dream careers and for employers to find that perfect

  • Gofargojobs.com was started by Rick Berg and Sean Maki, the two men behind the popular Fargo digital marketing agency, Adshark Marketing.
  • The website aims to offer employers and employees an easy-to-navigate and user- friendly website.
  • Employers can place listings online, via Facebook recruiting ads and in Fargo INC! and Fargo Monthly magazine.
  • Employers can post internship positions for free, making it a great resource for college students.
  • A new design will be launched shortly, making the site even easier and cleaner to use.
  • Ultimately, Berg has big visions for the site. “It would be cool to just see it grow and be a dedicated resource that people rely on for finding jobs in Fargo,” said Berg. “If it takes off, we can expand to other cities or the state of North Dakota.”

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“There weren’t a lot of job sites that were focused on just Fargo. All of the other options seemed to be expensive or didn’t produce results. We wanted to create a jobs site that was dedicated to the Fargo-Moorhead area, is simple and easy to use, easy for people to apply on, as well as affordable for employers.” – Rick Berg

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The site is clean and easy to use, as well as being mobile friendly.
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Employers can post a job open- ing in less than a minute and can easily add their listing to be posted in Fargo Monthly and Fargo INC!
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If you are a job seeker, make sure you follow them on Twitter and Facebook for the latest job openings.

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