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Good company, not a great employer
SEO content specialist (Former Employee), McKinney, TXFebruary 20, 2013
Pros: interesting work and technical experience
Cons: low wages, no vacation time, management attitude
This is a small but fast-growing agency with interesting work for copywriters. Good opportunity to learn technical side of web development and SEO. Typical day was juggling rush jobs to update live websites or launch new sites while writing content for upcoming launches. Co-workers are smart and fun, but management was disorganized and communicated – more... poorly. Information about benefits and basic employment issues was not communicated equally among the staff as if they didn't want to divulge it to everyone. Salaries did not demonstrate that they valued the work being done. Rude treatment not unusual. – less
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Great group of people.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), McKinney, TXJuly 25, 2012
I really enjoyed working with the group at Advice Interactive, a great team of professionals, dedicated and the best at what they do!
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Not the most hospitable place to work and the owners were difficult to talk to
Article Marketing / Copywriter (Former Employee), McKinney, TXJune 21, 2012
Pros: work from home occasionally
Cons: work flow was very disorganized. there was never a good working system, and i found that i was taking orders from 2-3 different people.
In by 7 and immediately started writing content, or working on ranking of keyword terms to input into article content for the clients websites.
Even though job was to be a writer there was a lot more that the company expected from this position. I quickly had to learn to use 2 different CMS systems, download pictures, re-work old content on existing – more... sites and so much more.

For 8 hours I was in front of a computer meeting deadlines that were promised to clients, writing, proof reading, loading content, and changing site pages to insure a fully functional website.

The owners were a husband and wife who were very money driven, and aloof to certain employees. Most of the workers it seemed, were walking on pins an needles when the owners were around.

Overall, the atmosphere was pressure packed, with an incredible amount of multi-tasking required of all involved. I learned quite a bit but it was because I had to as the job requirements changed daily. – less