Pros: great co-workers
Cons: goals, upper management, no incentive for revenue, communication, etc.
Although in any sales organization there is constant change, this company takes it to the extreme! A typical day usually consist of training, cold calling and either appointments or prospecting. It has given me in depth experience into the marketing world and I have learned extensively about SEO, SEM and Social Media. The direct management isn't so bad with a few exceptions (as with most companies), but the upper management is a joke! They bring in new people every 6-8 months and they all have a Napoleon complex. My co-workers are the best part of the job. Most of them have seen it worse and seen it better. Overall, if you can swallow the company pill, work at least 10 hours a day, and make sales consistently every week, you'll be fine. Pay isn't bad, but there is no incentive or pay for renewals or print unless you sell A LOT of new customers. They are starting to target college kids with no sales experience so they can mold them, so beware!