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Today I was preparing for an in person interview at a startup company and happened to notice a couple of inconsistencies in their website (inconsistent product launch dates, some typos in unit conversions). I am considering whether I should inform them about these at the end of the in person interview. I wouldn't do that at a larger company, they have quality control processes and a lot of employees that will catch it eventually. But if I was an employee at the startup I would welcome the feedback.
I was first looking at their website a month ago, when I applied for the job and already noticed the inconsistencies back then. So I believe they are unaware of the typos. I don't want to come across as smug or as a stickler, but those errors are on their product page and easily obvious to potential clients.
Its a small start up company and I have single-handedly maintained websites in the past and know how incredibly difficult it is too keep information consistent across all pages.
Is bringing the typos up a bad idea?
Edit 1: The question is different from How do I tell the interviewer their company website is done wrong during a phone interview? as I am bringing this information up unsolicited.
The question is also different from Pointing out flaws in their website? as the website is not under construction and the errors have persisted for a month.
The question is also different from I have noticed that a potential employer's website has been compromised - should I mention it during an interview? since the website isn't hacked. It is not a security critical issue.