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16 days ago

Account Manager

Adknowledge Los Angeles, CA +3 locations

The Account Manager’s primary function is to provide top-notch client service and effective management of our… Adknowledge

24 days ago

Strategic Account Manager

Adknowledge Brazil

The Strategic Account Manager is charged with overseeing the day-to-day… an account manager, you will be responsible for managing the entir… Adknowledge

15 days ago

Accounts Intern

Adknowledge Los Angeles, CA

This intern will be working directly with the Accounts department where they will have the opportunity to learn about native video, digital media and… Adknowledge

2 days ago

Account Executive – new

Adknowledge Fort Myers, FL +2 locations

Adknowledge specializes in developing, monetizing and promoting free applications to millions of users every month through all major app platforms… Adknowledge

11 days ago

Account Executive, Platform Sales

Adknowledge New York, NY +3 locations

AdParlor by Adknowledge is the leader in handling large Social campaigns, offering a full-service managed solution as well as a self-serve solution… Adknowledge

17 days ago

Lead Generation Coordinator

Adknowledge Kansas City, MO

The Lead Generation Coordinator is responsible for nurturing marketing-generated leads, responding to advertiser web leads, calls and trade show… Adknowledge

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    Knee Jerk Management

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    Former Employee - Account Manager  in  Kansas City, MO
    Former Employee - Account Manager in Kansas City, MO

    I worked at Adknowledge full-time for more than 3 years


    Great, smart, hard-working co-workers.
    Free pop and bi-weekly lunches.
    Has some fun after hours events and team building.
    Progressive, forward thinking technology company.
    Great opportunity to learn a lot about the online marketing industry and technology.


    *Must "Clock-In" via IRC.
    *Company hires management from other companies instead of promoting talented people within.
    * Some unethical/"spammy" mailing practices. Not always in best interest of advertiser.
    * Not a good work/life balance.
    * Managers do nothing about chronic bad employees, in fact, they recently rehired one of their worst sales people with one of the worst attitudes and chronic bad attendance who created drama and untruths in the workplace.
    * Females beware... I've been privy to many sexist convos. Unless you are a young somewhat pretty girl who flirts with upper management, Adknowledge is not female friendly to get promoted to management level or higher. Smart, assertive, vocal women are seen as challenging, and smart, assertive, vocal men are seen as go-getters on a management track.
    *Very political... if you aren't one of the "cool kids"/frat boys who parties with the upper management team (or who the upper management team want to sleep with or be see with) you will consistently be overlooked for promotions no matter how good you are at your job and no matter how smart you are and how much you contribute to the bottom line. We've see slackers who contribute nothing but stroking their manager's ego get promoted over and over again to their level of incompetency, and the best and brightest "let go" for fabricated reasons or hearsay from dog-eat-dog corporate politics. Watch your back!
    *Company used the down economy as an excuse to get rid of some of their highest earners and best contributors to growth of company in favor of hiring young inexperienced workers and paying them less (in spite of record growth and tremendous profits.)
    * Company has no employee loyalty.
    * Constantly changing commission plans for Sales Reps and Account Managers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    * Take advise of employees in the trenches rather than hiring outside managers. THEY know your business best.
    * Stop hiring based on looks and brand names, instead hire and promote based on skills, attitude and work ethics.
    * Treat your employees well and they will work hard for you.
    * Get rid of some of the dinosaurs that play politics and stir the pot and focus on hard workers with great, innovative business ideas instead.

    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO