There’s something to be said about “staying under the radar,” operating in a place where the threat of your presence in the marketplace is unknown. It’s a great place to be: Trust us, we were under the radar for years. Everyone leaves you alone and no one assaults your brand online where you cannot defend yourself.
Unfortunately, we’re not under the radar anymore. In fact, we’re the beacon everyone is now targeting.
It wasn’t until about 2011, when the first “micro sites” began popping up targeting our company with bogus data – including fake reviews, incorrect feature information and outright lies about our company. It was a shameless attempt to harm the brand we’ve spent so long creating.
Who would do such a thing? Well, we’re not going to point fingers, but let’s just say it is those most threatened by Mojo, the ones who want a piece of what our company has created. Instead of innovation, their only way to get some of the action is to operate in the mud.
Some of the site creators are obviously our competitors and some are hired guns operating offshore, those who specialize in quickly creating one or two-page sites using various “targeted” URLs and keywords.
Not all are completely anonymous. I mean really, when you include 10 companies on your bogus review sites, and include nine pixellated (obviously cut and pasted from the original website) logos and one high-resolution, high-quality company logo, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out the mystery source! 🙂
We don’t mind legit online review sites, of course. It’s just that they don’t exist for our domain. The Internet is filled with hotel and restaurant review sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor, and you can also find plenty of review sites for consumer electronics – not to mention what you can find under any product sold on Amazon. For example, the Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer is a popular item on Amazon at the moment, and why wouldn’t it be- finally, perfectly sliced banana’s on morning oatmeal!
“What can I say about the 571B Banana Slicer that hasn’t already been said about the wheel, penicillin, or the iPhone…. this is one of the greatest inventions of all time.” – Amazon review
But who really puts in the time to review power dialers? No one. Quite frankly, it isn’t a big enough marketplace for anyone to care. The only people who benefit from these so-called “reviews” are competitors, affiliates and anyone with a grudge to carry out.
So what do these sites say that’s so bad about our company? Nothing too bad actually, or the savvy consumer would recognize the site for what it really is – a hatchet job with a hidden agenda. Instead, they knock us in a lot of small areas, while promoting their product right next to ours with extra stars and features alleged to be better than ours.
To save you the trouble of searching for these mistruths, here is a quick sampling:
Mojo Dialer Review Mistruth #1 — We don’t work on a WiFi signal.
This one is great! Tell this to the thousands of customers who use Mojo every day on a WiFi connection. Like with ANY web-based product, you need to have a good WiFi connection. That’s all.
Mojo Dialer Review Mistruth #2 — We’re WAY more expensive than the competitors.
I love this one! We ARE more expensive than our competitors, just as you would expect from any premium product. But WAY more expensive? Not so. If you think $15 per month (on average) is not worth an analog, copper-line connection, the fastest/easiest to use user interface on the market, access to our customer service that absolutely crushes our competition, then we’re not the company for you.
Remember that $15 a month savings when you call an expired listing and they can’t hear you, or there is a delayed hello – and they hang up on you.
Mojo Dialer Review Mistruth #3 — You can’t get our customer service on the phone.
Of all the incorrect Mojo Dialer review information out there, this one really burns our butts. In 2014, we fielded more than 40,000 customer service and sales calls and the average wait time was 54 seconds – yes, less than a minute!
Not only are we blowing the doors off our competitors in this department, but when you call Mojo, you are speaking with a tenured employee with at least five years at Mojo. You’re talking with someone who understands your industry and our platform intimately. The customer feedback we get every day validates our approach, but give us a call and decide for yourself.
There are more inane and inaccurate comparison claims found on bogus Mojo Dialer Reviews websites, but we’ve made our point.
If you want the facts about Mojo, just call us. If you don’t want to call us, ask your colleagues. The odds are that one of them already uses Mojo. Mojo is recommended by top real estate agents, brokers and coaches not because they gain financially from it, but because it works for them, it works for their staff and it works for their students, period.
These fake Mojo review sites are great entertainment for all of us at Mojo! They are a result of us operating above the radar, being the gorilla in the jungle and are a reminder that being at the top of the food chain has its headaches.
P.S. If you happen to own the 571B Banana Slicer, can you let us know your thoughts on it? Is there really an alternative to smushed slices of banana?
Comments are closed.