I would completely and wholeheartedly disagree. Also, if you’re bad at homeadvisor you very likely thought that you’d get customers without having to put in work to learn it and make it work for you. Or you could use some sales training or study that hasn’t been a priority.
HomeAdvisor doesn’t work for everyone, because they got sold by a biased party that leads would land in your lap and then blame HomeAdvisor because they didn’t take the personal responsibility to learn the system via the resources that are also, ironically, provided by HomeAdvisor.
There’s my personal opinion and anecdotal response to your personal opinion and anecdotal comment.
Nobody has to like HA, but anyone that has a business should take personal responsibility for learning what they’re investing in… I don’t know the actual numbers, but there are hundreds easily, if not thousands of companies on HomeAdvisors with 100+, 200+, 300+ reviews and have been with them for 5 and even 10 years.
Why is it working so well for them? Are they in on the “scam”?