So the economy isn't doing very well, that's putting it lightly
, and the 55 million Jobster had in funding is fading fast
? What do you do now? Apparently you turn to interstitial ads
and anything that will bring in cash.
Where do you draw the line? At this point Jobster has already hemorrhaged tens of millions of dollars and some incredible talent while, in the end, creating nothing remotely special. When do you turn to methods, like interstitial ads
, that have already proven to create more of a negative impact on your product or service than what the user needs?
How can you honor your users, clients, and employees by allowing this type of "revenue generator
" to seep into the very fabric of your product?
I'm giving Jobster the proverbial UFC-style "beat down" for this decision, although how many others have succumbed during desperate times? Moreover how many are currently poised to succumb in this economy of desperation?
Or do we lose the values system mumbo jumbo and fall back to the old adage "Desperate times call for desperate measures
"? ...or has it changed to "Desperate times call for coupons
Can we lump JobFox's newest "charging of the job seeker
" as an act of desperation?