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30+ days ago

Programmatic Advertising Sales Executive

MultiView Irving, TX +2 locations

We are looking for top-talent, highly skilled enterprise sales professionals who are motivated and driven by a performance-based and dynamic work… MultiView


30+ days ago

Programmatic Advertising Campaign Success Intern

MultiView Irving, TX

• Reporting & Analytics: Generate reports, analysis and recommendations for assigned campaigns. Interpret campaign trends and monitor key performance… MultiView


30+ days ago

Targeted Campaign Coordinator

MultiView Lehi, UT

MultiView was voted the "4th Best Place to Work in DF/W" by the Dallas Morning… MultiView


30+ days ago

Content Editor

MultiView Irving, TX

MultiView, a leading provider of digital media and marketing solutions, is looking for the right person to join our newest initiative as a… MultiView


30+ days ago

Operations Intern

MultiView Irving, TX

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30+ days ago

Data Analyst

MultiView Thornhill, VA

• Review data loaded into the data warehouse for accuracy • Work directly with developers, data analysts, and customers to understand the context and… MultiView


30+ days ago

Programmatic Advertising Operations Specialist

MultiView Irving, TX

• Display Advertising: Strategize display marketing efforts towards ROI goals. Work with graphic designers to build creative for banner ads. Develop… MultiView


5 days ago

Project Manager - IT

MultiView Irving, TX

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18 days ago

Programmatic Advertising Account Manager

MultiView Irving, TX

• Act as the day-to-day point of contact for portfolio of clients • Manage communications with client representatives regarding implementation… MultiView


30+ days ago

Data Architect

MultiView Irving, TX

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    Great place to START a sales career!

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Dallas, TX

    I worked at MultiView full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    This company was phenomenal in terms of getting up and coming college graduates into the corporate world and experiencing what "sales" is - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Many of the successful sales reps there are making high 5 to low 6 figure incomes annually. It's FANTASTIC money. The atmosphere was fun - jeans, popular music, parties, free snacks, etc. The job itself isn't terribly difficult, but you have to be able to grind. If you can do 70-80 calls a day and not slack on keeping a fresh pipeline, you can make unheard of amounts of money as a college grad.

    Cons

    The reason I left was because in order to MAKE the amount of money they talk about, you practically have to sell your soul. Internet advertising in general is not a high ROI game, but the majority of the big companies you see who do spend their budgets there know this. At Multiview, many times you're selling to smaller companies that don't have the budgets to spend $5,000/quarter with a 0.3% CTR. Thus begins a vicious cycle of over sell, under deliver and pissed customers who walk away from the company. It's heartbreaking to hear stories of customers who have a meager ad budget that they need to work in order to hit their numbers, and sell them the dream. I loved the money, but couldn't stand hearing families and small business owners tell me that they got little to nothing off of the money they spent with us.

    You've also got favoritism that happens, and renewals are passed out to those that have put in the time. I didn't care as much about that aspect, but if you're reading this just know - going to happy hours, brown nosing, and loose morals can get you far in the company. The turnover is high, and the renewals can be very good money. It's a much easier sale. Anytime someone leaves or is terminated, their book gets passed on to the friends of the people doing the passing. It made a lot of people mad and feel they were treated unfairly; I'm not sure if this is because they didn't know how the world works, or were self entitled, or truly justified in some cases.

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    I haven't been there in a few years, but when I was you had a lot of money rolling in. Had you spent a larger portion of it advertising the Association's products, you probably would've received more genuine traffic, which would have meant more visits/orders for customers, which would've made our jobs easier and renewal/referral rates much higher. The only promotion I ever saw was our presence at trade shows, which was great for us, but in terms of community awareness of the guides and briefs from the end users -- I'm not sure it was there.

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