Campaign Manager, Demand & ITDA (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 18, 2016
I've been privileged to have spent my time at TechTarget working with a fantastic group of people, being managed by skilled leaders, who have all been flexible with my frequent travels. Really, the downsides of this job have been a lack of adequate compensation, and internal teams that don't always recognize when you're working your butt off
Delegate Recruitment Associate (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – February 2, 2017
Good place to work out of college. You make a lot of phone calls (150 minimum a day). Not going to lie, it's pretty easy and tedious work. The managers were ok. The job is nothing special and wouldn't recommend it to anyone looking for serious employment.
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Newton, MA – August 23, 2016
Overall, a decent workplace. Co-workers are nice, benefits are great, CEO is excellent. It can be frustrating at times and certain new members of management have created somewhat of a toxic environment. But before then, it was truly a great place that I enjoyed coming into everyday.
Client Services (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 30, 2015
I was honored to work for this company for over 4 years and through several promotions. Overall it was a great learning experience and I had the pleasure of working with some of the most talented and motivated people out there.
Marketing Research Analyst (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – September 13, 2015
very enjoyable atmosphere, good learning experience, great management. The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them. The office started to get crowded as the company grew.
Revenue Accountant (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – July 15, 2015
Great place to gain experience. The salary is on the low end, but they hire college grads and help mold them into real people. It was a great experience for me and so many others that I saw. If you're dedicated and love the business, there's room for growth,
PowerPoint Designer (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – February 27, 2015
There is a good balance of productive purpose-driven meetings and time spent at your desk producing. You are encouraged to contribute. Nobody is just a pair of hands.You are a part of a team. Management focuses on the things that are strategically important and makes sure that their teams and people get what they need to be successful. Coworkers are helpful and encouraging. The company organizational structure is more horizontal than vertical. Which is great. As a part of the creative design group, fostering a visual and verbal continuity across the organization can prove challenging. Most enjoyable are the people. Even if there is different approaches and opinions, the work is great.
Free Wednesday bagels, everyone carries their laptop to meetings.
Multimedia Producer (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 11, 2014
TechTarget has been a wonderful experience for me. As a creative, it's really important to be able to feel comfortable coming up with ideas, sharing them and seeing them put through from start to finish. TechTarget allowed for that. They gave me the support and budget I needed to create good content for vendors.
Great place to work but it just doesn't pay the bills
Tech (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – September 24, 2012
Loved working here. But because the salaries of most employees are way below average, there were other options that needed to be explored. Loved how you could wear jeans every day and the laid back atmosphere. Plus, open-door policy on vacation and working from home is great.
Marketing Copywriter/Program Performance Associate (Current Employee) – Newton, MA – May 29, 2012
Flexible work environment allows employees the ability to work from home whenever they like and set flexible hours. However, communication across teams and department lags and employees are often not informed of process changes, position transfers, etc. until the absolute last minute.
Although employees may be promoted often, they aren't always compensated for the move and many "promotions" may simply just be a lateral title change.