Pros: remotes, music and fun
Cons: commission structure and instability with accounts
A typical day starts with webinars from corporate then daily reports and entering schedules into the system or recording commercials.
Then I set out to cover a portion of Southwest Georgia working with business owners in all categories.
I've learned a lot about the radio industry and how to reach out to the proper channels to make contact with the – more... decision makers.
Co workers were great! Good relationships and helpful.
The hardest part of this job is not losing site of potential clients. The going back repeatedly to close the sale when you've been told no or another rep has failed at closing the sale.
The most enjoyable part of this job is when I see a client that I closed actually seeing results from their advertising and giving me positive feed back about the experience. – less