Keeping Tabs Without Visiting This Site

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Keeping Tabs On All Of Your Favorite Sites

How do you keep up with your favorite websites? Do you routinely visit them on a daily Feedbutton

basis or on some other set schedule? Or, do you randomly pop in hoping that the information on the site has been updated?

I realize that there are hundreds of other sites you could choose to visit, but for some reason you have stopped by CabinManagers, perhaps to find a job, obtain career information, or to simply see what this site is all about.

Snag Your CabinManagers Feed!

One important way for you to keep up with this site is to subscribe to a feed. With a feed, you can list and organize all of your favorite sites and see when updates have been made to them without having to visit the site directly. For example, when an update has been made to this site, the feed service is notified which, in turn, will tell you that CabinManagers

has new information you may want to check out.

Four New Jobs Posted to the Business Aviation Page

Keep in mind that this service only extends to new pages added, not to existing pages on this site which have been updated. This means that the corporate flight attendant

job lead page could change without your knowing it as it did today when I purged two jobs and added four new opportunities.

So, how do you get a feed? That’s simple! There is a little button in the sidebar just above the ads that looks exactly like the button within this article. Click on the button and a list of feed services will show up. If you already to subscribe to one of the feed services provided, then click on that service to include CabinManagers. Otherwise, sign up for a feed service and then add CabinManagers

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That’s it!

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You can also get more out of this site by adding your comments to any of the articles posted here. Check the sidebar for links to recent articles and look for more articles to be added in the months ahead.

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4 thoughts on “Keeping Tabs Without Visiting This Site”

  1. If this website is supposed to only feature the best airlines to work for, why is MAXjet Airways listed when they filed for banctruptcy the day before Christmas and most of the flight attendants there are seeking employment elsewhere?

  2. Thanks, Nicole. I removed mention of MAXjet today, something I should have done much earlier when it became plain that the air carrier wasn’t going to be around for the long haul.

    Any air carrier that files for bankruptcy isn’t worth staying with, never mind seeking a new opportunity when none no longer exists.

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