Broadlook Technologies, a company out of Milwaukee that "has emerged as an innovative leader in developing software applications and services that empower B2B sales, recruiters and research professionals to be more productive, more knowledgeable and more profitable," is currently pushing its new vertical job search tool, Job Pulse.
Not pulling any punches, the company goes right after what it considers SimplyHired, Jobster and Indeed's weaknesses:
- Online job sites make money the longer you stay on their site
- Non-existent/limited archive
- Distracting ads
- Limited ways to arrange, group, sort and view job postings
- No effective way to use company and contact information
Click here to view the site's online demo (didn't work for me in Firefox, so boot up the Internet Explorer), which dives particularly deep into Indeed bashing.
The service comes with a fee, but you must talk to a live person to find out how much.
I'll let you make up your own mind about Job Pulse after viewing their demo, but if you come away from watching and don't feel the least bit confused, you're a smarter person than yours truly.
Their tag is "Search and analyze job listings the easy way!" Easy, huh? Well, maybe I'm just stupid.
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