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Chief Revenue Officer

AdGooroo Chicago, IL


30+ days ago

Sales Development Representative

AdGooroo Chicago, IL

As a Sales Development Representative, this position will work closely with our sales team, canvassing and responding to lead generation efforts… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Junior Database Administrator

AdGooroo Chicago, IL

AdGooroo develops and releases marketing intelligence software at a rapid pace, across many proprietary internal and external applications as well as… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Staff Accountant

AdGooroo Chicago, IL

• Responsible for assisting in the month end close process including balance sheets, profit… Glassdoor

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    I worked at AdGooroo full-time (more than an year)


    It started as a company with vision and an urgency to change the way online data was sold. We were a tight knit team with a united goal. The people who worked there were dedicated and loyal. We enjoyed good benefits, a casual work environment, a supportive CFO, free snacks, regular company outings, Rock Band and Beer Friday. The CFO was supportive and honest, always willing to go to bat for anyone. I made many friends there.


    The pompous CEO is out of touch and dishonest. He views himself as the only asset and his employees as disposable headcount. He may be smart when it comes to SEO, but he doesn't know how to run a business. Every single VP or senior manager that has ever worked for him has left. It's a revolving door. If this company is going to be successful, it will be without him at the helm. Compensation is below market value, commissions are out of reach.

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    Talk to previous managers and VP's that have left, find out why the good people all leave and learn from them. It's a product with promise, but poorly lead. Pay fair market value and come up with a commission plan that rewards the sales people so they stick around.

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