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Filippo Mursia@mrdobelina · Digital PM @ Gabriela Hearst
Well, after I spent more than 1 hour to build my profile, I applied for a job and discovered that you have to make a subscription starting from $19/month to apply for jobs. Nowhere is written in the homepage. Bad move.
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@mrdobelina Sorry that part is not more clear. I'm sure you saw, but if you book work the monthly subscription is waived. This is currently how we monetize, but I appreciate the feedback and will certainly keep it in mind as we iterate moving forward.
Filippo Mursia@mrdobelina · Digital PM @ Gabriela Hearst
@nickmacario yea I'm not questioning the fee itself (somehow you have to monetize) but just the fact that is not written anywhere till the moment you finally want to apply for a job. Something in the homepage (a Pricing tab maybe) would make everything more clear. On the other side, is it really well done!
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@mrdobelina thank you and the feedback and appreciate the kind words.
Adam Sweet@adamrsweet · Drive high profit and fuel great success
@mrdobelina woah, are you kidding? Who's going to pay $20 a month for a profile? NO thanks
Daveyon Mayne@mirmayne · Working on side project
@nickmacario The hunter said he spent an hour to build his profile. Could you elaborate on that? True or false?
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@adamrsweet Think there's a misunderstanding here. Creating a profile is free, along with everything else on the site, outside of applying to jobs(if you do not book work). Keep in mind, recruiters and hiring managers use search functionality to seek out talent. They also work with our internal team to place jobs not seen in the public marketplace. In short, you can get work many ways without a paid subscription - and a profile is free:)
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@adamrsweet see comments below :)
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@mirmayne The hunter was Kevin. Some people spend 5 minutes, others more depending on content, customization, etc.
Honey Raj Varma@raj_ventures · Raj Ventures, R&Ds, Internetechs
@nickmacario @mrdobelina I've been looking for something like this for BA, Product and Project Manager/scrum master/ and more business related positions - is that something you guys work with?
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@raj_ventures Absolutely. Create an account and select you're interested in hiring talent in the sign up process. You'll have access to vetted candidates and our team of talent specialists to help fill any remote roles you need.
Kehinde Ayanleye@kehindeayan
@mrdobelina @nickmacario @adamrsweet I mean, if the user can fill a profile for free and could anytime decide to be a paying customer or remain free. There's nothing bad with that. The only way it could be bad is if after filling the profile you are asked to pay and you lost everything. That will be terrible. Nonetheless, communicating clearly about the packages will be much helpful. $20 isn't for a profile.
Honey Raj Varma@raj_ventures · Raj Ventures, R&Ds, Internetechs
@nickmacario hey Nick, I actually meant for being the remote worker myself :) Still on the business + jobs front :D
Brendan Beirne@brendanbeirne · Strategy / product, Joojoo
@nickmacario at first glance it seems to me the opposite would make more sense, i.e. pay fee if you book work, but I'm sure you guys thought it through...
Johan Netzler@johannetzler · UI/UX Assets + Freelance
Dat domain 🤓
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@johannetzler 😊
James O'Sullivan@james_osullivan · CEO, Sullstice
@nickmacario @johannetzler How much was it? 😁
J Marciniak@jrmarciniak · Entrepreneur
@johannetzler ;) ;)
Kevin William David
Hunter
@kwdinc · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Remote.com allows the remote workforce to network and refer jobs. It uses AI to analyze skills, experiences, and personality traits to predict the highest probability of job success, which allows recruiting and hiring top quality talent in minutes. There are end-to-end solutions for both job seekers and hiring managers to find and manage projects and full-time jobs, including a secured escrow payment system.
sri@sridhar_kondoji · No Fluff Just Stuff skills tracker
@kwdinc looks like there technology applies to all types of job seekers. Why are they applying to remote professionals only?
Ashley Kruempel@ashley_k · Female Founder/ CEO SoPac, Inc.
@sridhar_kondoji #OnPoint
Marc Crouch@marccrouch · CEO, Firedrop.ai
Yes! This is exactly where the market should be going. Fantastic project. I've signed up as an employer.
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@marccrouch Thank you. We have a team of talent specialists who can help you fill roles if you're looking for assistance. Let me know if you need anything.
sri@sridhar_kondoji · No Fluff Just Stuff skills tracker
@nickmacario how are measuring personality traits?
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
@sridhar_kondoji primarily public social data
Nick Macario
Maker
@nickmacario · CEO @ Remote.com
Thanks @kwdinc! Hi Hunters, we're excited to introduce Remote.com to the Product Hunt community today. There are plenty of freelance marketplaces and nearly as many remote job boards, but we found the experience fragmented. The workforce is undeniably mobilizing and our goal is to be the primary resource for your remote career, whether that be freelance, consulting, or a full-time remote position. A place where you can not only find jobs, but have all the tools necessary to manage your career, as well as a community of like-minded professionals redefining "work". We strongly value your feedback and look forward to it. Thanks!
Ashley Kruempel@ashley_k · Female Founder/ CEO SoPac, Inc.
@nickmacario absolutely love this! However full disclosure I'm working on something very very similar, except even one step bigger... either way I love to see companies on the same path, creating solutions for problems people don't even realize they're going to have yet. 20 2040% of the workforce will be remote workers, but where are they going to go to work?