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Great culture and leadership
Priority Accounts Executive (Current Employee), Centennial, COJuly 30, 2015
Pros: Benefits, stocked kitchens, ping pong tables, and tons of sales contests
Cons: minimal opportunities to advance
The culture and work environment are great! Leadership is a pleasure to work for. The company is headed in the right direction with new ownership.
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productive and fun work place
Account Manager/Customer Service (Former Employee), Denver, COJune 9, 2015
Pros: free lunches, ping pong, parties, catered lunches, gifts
Cons: turnover
Trulia was a great company to work for. They have great benefits, spiffs, food and snacks, great culture, trulia bucks are awesome.
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Great benefits, revolving door, Not for me
Account Sales (Former Employee), Centennial, CoJune 2, 2015
Pros: Free food, Great benefits
Cons: Angry Clients / Merger
Great product for consumer but not for client. Revolving door. Work with angry real estate agents that were sold a product to just get them in the door. Most were not set up with correct expectations. I enjoyed working with accounts to turn them around to purchase more. I felt more like a sounding board then an account sales rep. Not for me.
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Great place to work and great people to work with.
Customer Care Specialist (Current Employee), Bellevue, WAMay 20, 2015
Pros: Management, Benefits, Flexible Schedule
Cons: Little advancement oppurtunity
Great Management to work for. Took real good care of their employees. Fun company learned a lot about the product and industry. Foosball / ping pong table / hot shot hoop. Free food/snacks available daily with coffee machine. Great afterwork activities.
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Trulia
Office and Facilities Manager (Current Employee), Centennial, COMay 17, 2015
Pros: free lunch
Cons: politics on promotion
Trulia is good, but alot of politics in management. they do rela estate online advertising.It is all kinds of col calling and etc. They also had a CS area for cusomter service focus.
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Trulia was a fun,dynamic place to work.
Senior Account Sales Executive (Former Employee), Centennial, COApril 16, 2015
Started the day with an overview of the past day and what need to be done that day and week. Work hard , play hard. The company got bought out by Zillow and they laid off 350 people including me or I would still be working there.
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Upbeat environment and amazing co-workers!
Franchise Sales Executive (Former Employee), Bellevue, WAApril 8, 2015
Pros: close to home, flexible hours, competitive compensation.
Cons: Can't think of any. Trulia was a fabulous company to work for.
Not only did I work side by side with great people, but the clients that I communicated with on a daily basis were always different, therefore, no two days were alike. Free food and beverage was a plus for sure. Not only was there a ping pong table but Also foosball and pop a shot basketball.
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Trulia.com in Denver
Marketing Advisor/Account Specialist (Former Employee), Denver COMarch 19, 2015
Trulia.com was a great place to work with a fully stocked kitchen and state of the art facility. My coworkers were very cordial and easy to work with. I worked from 730 - 4pm, cold calling real estate agents, selling ad space on the nationwide search engine.
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Amazing Benefits- Call Center Environment
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Centennial, COMarch 11, 2015
Trulia provides the best benefits that I think that I will ever have. Most of the people who work there are friendly, and they offer a huge selection of food that means you can skip the drive through for breakfast and save money by staying in for lunch.

The tough part is that the management team acts more like a "big brother" than a leader. Promotions are also based on popularity instead actual skill sets.

If you are looking for a good starter job Trulia is the place to be, but if you are looking for a career then you should look in a different direction.
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Great place work, bright future
Finance Director (Current Employee), San Francisco, CAMarch 10, 2015
Trulia has a very positive and forward looking corporate culture. The company is product focused, customer focused and employee focused. All of the employees are smart, hardworking, and able to laugh at themselves.
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fun place to work until company was bought by Zillow
Major Account Executive (Current Employee), San Francisco, CAMarch 9, 2015
Great company great culture. Easy job for the most part, just sucks that company was bought by Zillow. Company lost all of its IMPACT values which the company quote on quote lived by everyday...
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Great Company
Senior Manager, Account Sales (Current Employee), Denver, COMarch 7, 2015
Pros: culture, teamwork environment, outstanding people, benefits are unbelievable (in a good way)
Cons: if you aren't used to it, change. it is the only thing constant in this place. it wasn't a con for me, but it can be for those that are used to a linear sales organization
Great company, great people, and even more so a great culture! There are a lot of changes going on that will be extremely beneficial for the company and the consumers.

When accepting a position with this organization, take the benefits into consideration, they are amazing!

If you are a top performer, you can be compensated extremely well.
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Fun until the acquisition
Recruiter - Contract (Former Employee), Denver, COMarch 2, 2015
Great place to work until Zillow acquired and did a work force reduction of 350 people. Most likely more rounds of layoffs coming.
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Competitive, fast-paced workplace with a decidedly Silicon Valley-esque culture
Content Specialist, Trulia Pro Blog (Former Employee), Bellevue, WAFebruary 19, 2015
Pros: free breakfast, beverages and snacks, great pay and benefits, unlimited time off
Cons: fast-paced and competitive work environment
A wonderful company to work for, despite sometimes being overly competitive and tough. There are free snacks and breakfast foods, every type of beverage you could want, ping pong tables in the lunch room, wonderful health and other benefits, and competitive pay.
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Amazing work-life balance with opportunity to grow!
Account Executive - Inside Sales (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAFebruary 18, 2015
Pros: benefits, financial, work-life balance
Cons: low base pay
Trulia has an amazing culture, work-life balance and countless opportunities to grow and advance financially and professionally.
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Successful and Fun place to work
Marketing specialist (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAFebruary 17, 2015
- I learned to use Salesforce and create excel spreed sheets.
-Time management
- enjoyed the stocked kitchen
- loved my co workers and work enviornment
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Great Atmosphere
Inside Sales Account Manager (Former Employee), Denver, COFebruary 13, 2015
This place had amazing workplace culture. It was probably my favorite position in regards to atmosphere and people that work there. The job itself was a sales job so I would of like more job security but otherwise it was a great company to work for.
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Fun environment with great benefits
Account Executive (Current Employee), Denver, CoDecember 15, 2014
Pros: fully stocked kitchen, great benefits
Cons: high pressure sales
Typical Day: Delivered value rich, consultative sales pitches to real estate agents through outbound cold/warm phone calls. Met daily requirement of 100 calls a day outbound warm/cold calls to Real Estate agents in my pipeline with an estimated 2 hours of talk time. Develop programs to support Real Estate agents’ sales and drive customer acquisition and retention through demand generation and nurturing campaigns through a sales dashboard
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Exciting place
Account Executive (Former Employee), Centennial, CODecember 15, 2014
Pros: great culture and atmosphere
Cons: commute and quick exit if not performing
They try to make the job as fun as possible but at the end of the day it your basic cold calling position. Everyone was very nice but I simply wasn't very good at the position. The office location is terrible as well.
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Call Center With High Turnover
Account Executive (Current Employee), Centennial, COOctober 2, 2014
Pros: free food, great coworkers, great benefits
Cons: low pay, you can get screwed over right at the end of the month if someone cancels due to not getting leads.
Great benefits, but low, hourly compensation. Commission structure changes all the time and quotas go up every month. Looks good on the surface until you realize that all they care about is high dials and making more money for the company. You don't get paid on anything you sell until you hit 65% and the quotas keep going up...a lot of people don't make a commission check at the end of the month, which makes for a mixed bag of negativity and pseudo-positivity at the beginning of the next month within your team.

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Trulia Salaries

Account Executive
$40,000 per year
Account Manager
$50,000 per year
Account Representative
$40,000 per year