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27 days ago

Associate Strategic Account Manager

Aol New York, NY

AOL Advertising is seeking an Associate Account Manager to join our sales team. The primary purpose of this position is accountability for managing… Aol


20 days ago

Associate Strategic Account Manager

Aol Beverly Hills, CA

AOL Advertising is seeking an Account Manager to join our sales team. The primary purpose of this position is accountability for managing the day to… Aol


21 days ago

Strategic Account Manager

Aol San Francisco, CA

AOL Advertising is seeking an Account Manager to join our sales team. The primary purpose of this position is accountability for managing the day to… Aol


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397 Ratings
  • Wonderful place to work but managment needs to stop celebrating on the ten yard line.

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at AOL (More than 5 years)

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    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Great comp, relaxed workplace environment,, friendly and caring co-workers, and great training/education for employees on products and industry trends. I truly care about the folks I work with and I would gladly work overtime to make sure the job gets down because I feel I have a meaningful impact on the company and my clients.

    Cons

    We tend to celebrate on the ten yard line especially with regarding products. When we build our own products instead of via M&E, the products are too late to the market and lack feature sets that would truly make them industry leaders. In short, we are always tending to play catch up in the marketplace.

    Advice to Management

    It seems recently you are trying to do too much with too little and then over-selling what we can actually do. Please ask what we can do you keep you happy and with Aol instead of being interested in what keeps shareholders and management happy. Recently we have lost too many good people because they are not asking us what they can do to help with career paths.


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