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Traffic Coordinator

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

DevOps, located inside our headquarters in Charleston, proactively monitors our client’s sites for issues and fixes them before they severely impact… Glassdoor

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UI / Frontend Developer

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

• Apply up to date web development methods and use a solid understanding of good design… Glassdoor

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Technical Solutions Engineer

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

• A Technical Pre-Sales Solutions Engineer works with a crazy variety of companies to build the foundation for their eCommerce solution. They… Glassdoor

2 days ago

eCommerce Data Analyst – new

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

· Use strong analytics skills and business acumen to expertly contribute to the solution of complex business problems · Communicate insights and… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Sales Executive

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

We’re looking for a passionate, ambitious person with strong experience in sales and marketing. The Sales Executive is the first line of… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Ecommerce Strategist

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

How would you like to work with our clients such as Rebecca Minkoff, AC Moore, Speck, Smartwool. Rogue, Turner Broadcasting, Vietri, and more… Glassdoor

6 days ago

UX Analyst

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

Are you a research junkie? An analytics aficionado? A passionate student of eCommerce? How would you like to work for a premier eCommerce agency? We… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Web Business Analyst

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

Time is a valuable thing and nothing wastes time at an agency like poorly defined requirements. Since we hate wasting time, we’re hiring a Web… Glassdoor

6 days ago

LAMP Web Developer

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

Blue Acorn specializes in certifying PHP Web Developers with our in-house training program, the Incubator, run by two of the finest Magento dudes… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Technical Account Manager

Blue Acorn Charleston, SC

A great TAM could be described as having superb communication skills, can handle stressful situations like a seasoned pro, is constantly looking to… Glassdoor

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    Fun company - Innovative & challenging work

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    I have been working at Blue Acorn full-time (more than 3 years)


    I've been with Blue Acorn for several years now, and have seen firsthand the company grow quite dramatically. Which I think is a result of the company's stellar reputation for doing great work We're not out do the same thing everyone else does or even the same way, and everyone gets an opportunity to provide input and say on how we can make things better. We get to work with some incredible brands, and do some really fun things with each of them - so there's a lot of variety to the work.

    The people here are amazing to work with - and generally everyone gets along really well. Most of the people love it here, they care about the work and the clients, and it's a pleasure to work alongside them.

    There is a focus on continually improving which means there are lots of opportunities to learn. They invest heavily into training (especially for developers), and as the company has grown it has introduced professional development opportunities and growth for many of us here. I've seen several "rockstars" come into the organization that are recognized, rewarded, and promoted in the company - and I know of several that have seen dramatic raises based on their performance.

    Leadership genuinely cares about the people here and it shows - it's one of the first companies I've worked for that I feel like they empathize with the team and value our contributions. Kevin has the respect of everyone here and takes the time to talk to us, recognize us, and thank us - which means a lot. Everyone will find room to critique - but balancing out the needs of the team, our clients, and the company I could imagine being rather difficult - especially during periods of growth - and I've always been impressed with how they have managed that.


    With growth comes challenges, and while I think management has done a great job at managing that growth, it can be difficult to adjust to the changes as we constantly seek to improve on what we're doing. There is also some seasonality to the industry which means there are periods of time where lots of clients want lots of things around the same time - so there are times when we have to pull in a little extra effort. Right now, in particular, we're busier than I've ever seen us so we could use some additional people to manage the workload.

    The management team is focused on being financially conservative - they've grown the company without any investment or debt, which means at times we have to do more with less, and some people appreciate that more than others. The people I hear complaining mostly about their compensation are often the poorer performers in the company - so I take that with a grain of salt.

    The "rockstars" I mentioned above carry a heavier burden than others in the organization and it's important for management to recognize this and not burn those people out.

    They've been a little slow to address negative influencers or "cancers" in the organization - which can work against them as I've seen some of those people "campaigning" against them.

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    You've created something great here - don't lose the heart of what makes Blue Acorn unique as it continues to grow

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