Great place for people that don't know a lot about technology. Most activities there are copy and paste and template based skill sets. Not much creativity going on here. That said, its a good place to start, the staff is really nice, management like most places could use a little work. They are quick to make decisions and don't think twice. One minute they will preach one thing, the next minute they abandon that idea and go another direction. The software, "thryv" that they sell, is just a third party app that they make you believe they created. When in honesty, they are selling someone else's product that they rebranded. After a year of work, I would get out of there, most, if not all skills learned there are not transferable to other REAL ad and marketing agencies. There objective is to leave that field and become a software-only company, but their software is not doing so well at the moment.
Great Place to start.
Company is struggling to get out of a hole. So Job security is a little unstable.