Re: AESOP and jobulator...
Feb 7, 2011
On 9/16/10, Paul wrote:
> On 10/27/09, David from Frontline, creators of Jobulator and
> Aesop wrote:
>> Hey MI Sub,
>> I think I can help you clear up some misunderstandings.
>> First, nobody has to buy Jobulator to get jobs. Aesop is
>> always there and it's always free to subs (paid for by the
>> district). In fact, Jobulator simply looks inside your Aesop
>> account and draws its information from there.
>> Jobulator was created in response to the needs of those subs
>> who told us that they were spending a tremendous amount of time
>> in front of their computers, refreshing the screen and waiting
>> for new jobs to appear. They just wanted a way get out of
>> their chairs, without feeling like they would miss something if
>> they did.
>> Jobulator is designed to do just that and we hear that's it's
>> given thousands of subs their lives back. OK, so maybe that's
>> a bit of an exaggeration, but that's how people have told us
>> they feel. They turn-up their speakers, freely walk around the
>> house and are confidant that they'll be notified when jobs come
>> Why do charge $40 a YEAR for Jobulator (after the free trial)?
>> We have to, and our experience with the over 10,000 subs who
>> are already using Jobulator confirms that they think it's
>> affordable and worthwhile. On our end, it takes a certain
>> amount of additional back-end infrastructure technology,
>> customer support and of course, programming to create the
>> Jobulator widget and keep it working.
>> Hope that makes sense, and that you'll try Jobulator for free.
>> If it makes sense for you, great. If not, please continue to
>> use Aesop - for free.
>> Hope that's helpful.
>> Best wishes,
>> David from Frontline
>> Creators of Jobulator & Aesop
> the use of any other software intended to automatically search
> and/or accept jobs. This is truly a monopoly. Jobulator is
> useless in my district. I have intentionally not accepted a job
> and continued to click to search for assignments. Most
> assignments are gone within 10 seconds. When I tried the sample
> of Jobulator I got NOTHING. I later found that it only scans the
> system every two minutes for new assignments. This makes
> jobulator absolutely f_ck_ng useless. I am preparing my
> complaint for the FTC to stop this nonsense and monopoly! Dave,
> What do you have to say about that