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17 days ago

Content Specialist

DMN3 Houston, TX

Write, research and edit content for various marketing channels Participate in content strategy and editorial meetings Proofread blog posts… DMN3


15 hrs ago

Executive Assistant – new

DMN3 Houston, TX

Provide the CEO with general administrative support, including the management of schedules, email, and correspondence. Provide the… DMN3


10 days ago

Sr. Account Supervisor

DMN3 Houston, TX

include the direction, management, and supervision of and account teams performance and deliverables for clients. This… DMN3


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    Former Employee - Management  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Management in Houston, TX

    I worked at DMN3 full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Some very nice & intelligent people work here - unfortunately, that description doesn't carry over to the executives.
    Salary is competitive.

    Cons

    - Micro-management like you would not believe. Sign-in sheets, executives leaving angry voicemails because they forget they approved your PTO.
    - As someone else said, this company will make you take PTO for Dr's apts, etc (regardless of whether you worked weekends or "overtime" <- the parenthesis denotes that you don't get paid overtime)
    - Absolutely 0 knowledge of the digital space. The company is staffed by direct mail marketers - good ones at that - but the CEO already bought & completely tanked a viable digital agency and keeps trying to apply outdated methodologies to a digital space she doesn't understand.
     - If you join the digital team, be ready to get tasked with inane orders (regardless of what the client asked for or actually needs). This is a result of the micro-management, the CEO/CIO tend to try and direct digital efforts. That would be fine...if they had a clue about the digital marketing space. Lots of "face palm" going on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Either listen to the employees you have on-staff about digital marketing (reading an SEO book, does not an "all things digital marketing" expert make...).
    Quit micro-managing. You've already lost talented employees to this.
    Don't get mad when your digital directors have opposing opinions - if you don't trust them to be experts, why did you hire them? You may own the race car but SHEESH, you don't know how to drive it.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO