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Great benefits
Account Manager (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZJanuary 9, 2014
Cons: management
I managed accounts for clients across the U.S. Our company guided them with the proper tools to enhance their social media presence and online reputation.
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Great Ideas, lack of training department.
Digital Specialist (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZMay 15, 2013
Pros: entry-level, provided laptop & materials
Cons: no training department, rash decision making
This company is a start up with room for great advancement. They offer limited entry-level training on Social Media Managing. Training is OTJ and not in a classroom setting; also, without an actual trainer. This company will succeed well with the introduction of a solid training department and clearly defined goals.
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Cool social media company with great people
Digital Services (Current Employee), Scottsdale, AZApril 17, 2013
Pros: the people and the opportunity to work in social media/tech.
Cons: office layout is open and not private so some may not like that but i don't mind.
I work with a ton of great people and it is nice to be with a growing company. Of course the high growth has its challenges and there is a lot of change but that is what helps to keep things interesting. We are always learning new things and finding new ways to manage the sites. There are opportunities to be promoted and most of the supervisors got – more... promoted from within which is good to see. – less
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Growing quickly
Senior Support Specialist (Current Employee), Scottsdale, AZJanuary 3, 2013
Pros: openness to talk to management
This is a start-up environment, which means that there are going to be a lot of changes in structure and organization. That said, the company does try its best to keep its employees informed on current changes. As a Digital Specialist, I managed the reputations of 15 clients and did marketing via social media platforms. My prior knowledge in social – more... media definitely was put to use, as when I started there was no formal training process. Now, as a Senior Support Specialist, I train incoming Digital Specialists on handling the needs of their clients and how to best market through social media. Some incoming DS's know more about what we do than others, so compensating for that can be difficult at times. However, I put my best foot forward in supporting my trainees, as the more they know will help reduce churn among our clients. – less
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Growing quickly
Senior Support Specialist (Current Employee), Scottsdale, AZJanuary 3, 2013
Pros: openness to talk to management
When working in a start-up environment, you expect a lot of changes in structure and organization, and I knew that going into my first position here. The setbacks of this disrupted me minimally as a Digital Specialist (my original position here), but became apparent as soon as I took on the role of a Senior Support Specialist. In my current position – more... as an SSS, I train incoming Digital Specialists to manage our clients' reputations and market for our clients via various social media platforms. Many of the new hires I've dealt with have a very limited knowledge of social media apart from Facebook, which is difficult to compensate for when also paired with handling the needs of multiple accounts. We have signed on hundreds of new clients since I started here, and because of that have experienced a hiring boom. There is still a lot of churn with our clients though, which speaks to our lack of ongoing support of Digital Specialists once they leave the training room. I always tell my trainees to message me if they have any questions about anything once they are out of training, and many of them have taken advantage of that offer so far. – less
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It's a fun and productive place to work.
General Ledger Accountant (Former Employee), Sunnyvale, CAAugust 30, 2012
Pros: flexible
Cons: n/a
I've learned alot at the company in a short period time when i was there. I have the best finance team. They such a team player and help each other out. I never have hard part of this jobs. This company is small and everyone in this company are very friendly and helpful. I will miss working with them.
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Product Support Analyst (Current Employee), Sunnyvale, caAugust 6, 2012
My typical day consist of answering about 20 phone calls from our clients and account managers while also performing extensive research.

My team is expected to solve all the issues that occur and are not compensated for it. There is no room for advancement and the only part of my job that i enjoy are some of my co-workers and our relationship.