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Sheelagh McKenzie Facebook Application

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 8:29pm Monday 01 December 2008    Print Article

It's not often I brag or show off work I have completed for a client, but I couldn't resist this one. I was engaged by a allied health recruitment agency called Sheelagh McKenzie earlier this year to create a Facebook Application as well as a social networking strategy.

Facebook Application Ė http://apps.facebook.com/alliedhealthjobs

Sheelagh McKenzie Recruitment Services
http://www.sheelaghmckenzie.com (yes they are currently in the process of upgrading their website)

We worked in conjunction with Thurnham Teece http://www.thurnhamteece.com.au who were engaged to provide the images and graphical services. The application uses our Facebook Application API integrated with their existing job board.

For more information about Facebook Applications contact us now.





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