If Sesame Street reviewed recruitment websites…

The definition of incongruent is “not the same, not compatible or out of place”. When you take one position on something, and then a second later you take a contrary position, this is an example of a situation where your statements would be described as incongruent.


So let’s review one of our competitors. Well, in their sales pitch, they tell you, “The day your website is launched, it will grow in technical brilliance due to the SaaS model and that huge monthly fee you pay – while other vendors’ tech will stand still and go backwards.” Or words to that effect.


Trouble is if you look on their website and see what they did for the last 5 years with your monthly fee (they publish 5 years’ worth of monthly jobs done by their team), from the updates listed, we counted about half of your money is spent on fixing bugs. Bugs like CVs falling off the application process.


That is incongruent because technical brilliance is not CVs falling off the application process 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 years into your website software/company’s life.


Talk to me today about how we are £24,800 to £43,500 less to use than the other vendor over 5 years and supply genuinely better tech. Like, we have never had a bug where CVs fall off the application process!


Please note I am Dyslexic, and in my form, I am blind to grammar, and sometimes I get my fors and fours, etc. backwards.  I am not stupid – in fact, my IQ and EQ are both quite high.  Please keep that in mind when you read my posts.  Thanks.


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