This company promises to market you to employers. The contract promises numerous services including the drafting of "personalized" letters and resumes, "weekly" staff review of the marketing campaign, daily monitoring of "markets" for job openings and an "extensive" and "exclusive" in house data base of companies. They also advertise as an agency that can transition you and maximize your earning potential.
In reality, once you are signed up they change the rules so as to dump the whole job seeking campaign back onto you. You will be wondering what you paid them for. They write one marketing letter that they cut and paste from materials you write and submit to them. They put no thought into it. They then plan a typical mass mailing to prospective companies, something you can do on your own. They merely print the marketing letter (which you essentially write) and then send it to you in the mail, when you get it you sign it, put a stamp on it and mail it. Then, you are expected to call the company you just sent the letter to in order to essentially ask for a job. Again, William Howard really does nothing. The companies they find are companies that any person can research at a local library. In addition, they put very little thought into the companies they research. It is just a thoughtless mass mailing, something most professionals are taught is the wrong approach to getting a job. There was no weekly review of my campaign, no monitoring of job markets, no personalized cover letters and resumes (unless I wrote them).
Lastly, your contract price only pays for two hundred of these crummy marketing letters. After that, you have to pay them $1.50 for every company they look up. They make it seem as if 200 mailings is enough to get a job, but based on the quality of the letter and the companies they look up, that is not possible. The marketing letter is clearly designed to save them the work in having to prepare a resume and cover letter for each prospective company. It is all a scam, they really do nothing. Save your money.