@MarcoZ Forgive me if this was mentioned by another Pro here on this forum thread. At 1:55 in the video, you said "We factor in things like: proximity, fit to that customer, quality of the profile, quality of the reviews for that specific searcher, budget, all the things that we need to take in account to make sure the customer is seeing the right Pros for them." How is that possible when "video project type" and zip code are the only two filters shown for the "Video Production" category? (see pic) I understand that the budget question is eventually asked when the Job Poster selects a Pro and starts the process of creating a job post. But I'm confused why you would make the above statement when budget is not asked prior to a Job Poster selecting a Pro. And therefore it is impossible for Thumbtack to control if they are seeing the right Pro for them. Real world example: I don't do much video work for less than $1000. Many people come to Thumbtack with budgets of "under $400" and "$400-$700" for video production projects. My profile should not be shown to them. Show them profiles of Pros who do work in those price ranges.
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