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Friday, March 2, 2001

Story last updated at 7:20 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, 2001

Best bets on the Net


  • International Business: Aimed at being a conduit between businesses in various countries, this site acts as a guide for international commerce. Beyond the links to business organizations in Europe, it also offers a forum for trading of goods and services.

    http://www.businesspatrol.com/

  • Spam: Most people would be alarmed at how easy it is to trace an e-mail message. And you might go cold if you knew how many e-mail marketers there are online. Use this site to avoid spam and e-marketers through use of a free, anonymous e-mail address.

    http://www.spamex.com/

  • Veteran Employment: You were all you could be for the Army. Now comes time to make some money in the civilian world. But how best to capitalize on your ability to laser lock on a target with your tank? This site tries to smooth the job transition for veterans and even helps spouses get a foothold in the working world.

    http://www.veteranemployment.com/

  • Call Center Careers: The sector that supplies phone support for major businesses and corporations is growing fast. As with all industries, there's a close community of employers looking for specialized talent. This site helps fill spots in the call center and customer relations fields.

    http://www.callcentercareers.com/

    Web Watch is compiled by Rich Ray. To link to these and previously featured Web sites, go to Jacksonville.com, keyword "webwatch." You can e-mail Rich at webwatch@jacksonville.com.



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