Transparent Pricing Breakdown... Does It Make You Want To Plop Down Your Cash?

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Here's exactly what I'm referring to:

Transparent Buffer Pricing

Buffer gives the specific breakdown of where every penny goes...

Does this make you want to plop down your cash?
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  • Profile picture of the author DeadRooster
    Originally Posted by TrickyDick View Post


    Buffer gives the specific breakdown of where every penny goes...

    Does this make you want to plop down your cash?
    Not really.

    I also noticed they pay 9.2% to "CULTURE." What do they mean by "culture"?
    • Profile picture of the author TrickyDick
      Originally Posted by DeadRooster View Post

      I also noticed they pay 9.2% to "CULTURE." What do they mean by "culture"?
      I'm guessing that is "millennial speak" for entertainment and team building... :-)

      So, the Foosball table, ping pong table, arcade games, bowling and other team building activities are probably included.
  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    I must be missing something. When I click the link I see a basic sales page but nothing where the money goes

    al
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    • Profile picture of the author TrickyDick
      Originally Posted by agmccall View Post

      I must be missing something. When I click the link I see a basic sales page but nothing where the money goes

      al

      The link only displayed the picture when you're logged in....

      I changed the link above to go to another page accessible without being logged in.

      Try it now... :-)
  • Profile picture of the author Joshua Young
    No. It's interesting to see the breakdown but it doesn't make me want to plop down my cash.
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    No, doesn't help or entice me at all.
  • Profile picture of the author TrickyDick
    Looking at the page again, I found a couple interesting comments...

    You're one of the few companies I'm proud to support. In this age of CEOs making 300-400 times what their lowest paid workers make (and I'm sorry, but no one can do anything that's "worth" that), I love that everyone in your company is well-paid and must know what one another is making. You should be an example to other companies.
    and...

    Jennifer, "salary" for Executives is usually a small part of their "compensation package." I personally know of "startup" CEOs who take no salary... and are heavily vested in options.

    If the company is "bought out," they receive ten of millions of dollars... That makes up for many, many, many, many years of being "underpaid."

    I'm not writing that anything is being hidden on purpose here... I'm just making everyone aware of how things "work" at the Executive Level.
    Is the second poster expecting too much from "everyday" people?

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