We’re in your corner and want to see you succeed. Your success in negotiating for fair pay should determine our success as a business.
That’s why you don’t pay anything if we don’t help improve your offer. It’s as simple as that.
Here’s how we came to that conclusion:
- If we’re truly on your side, our incentives have to be aligned with yours.
- Because we don’t sell data or monetize any of our relationships with companies, it also means we don’t spend any time building anything for them or worrying about the revenue they might or might not generate for us. A lot of the free sites you’ll find out there are free for a reason - because you are the product, not the customer.
- Our price is the value we provide to you. If we don’t deliver, we don’t get paid. That means we stay focused on helping you get paid fairly by improving the product experiences that support that. And as a result, you can be confident knowing you’ll only pay for something that’s valuable to you.
- We considered percentage models and other flexible pricing, but in the end, we heard from many of you that you don’t need an additional source of uncertainty in this very important moment in your career. Does that mean we might not make as much as we could? Yes, possibly. But, in our thinking, it comes down to doing what’s right for you, and that means giving you certainty about our price.
Many of our users tell us that we should increase our price. It’s always great to get this feedback, as it’s continued validation that what we’re building is delivering a lot of value. We think of our current experience as a price-karma tradeoff: Yes, we could increase our prices - but we’d rather have the positive karma from our users who love the value so much that they share it with their friends and colleagues.
So, to repeat - a fixed fee, only payable if we help you increase your offer. Your success is our success, and we like it that way.