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30+ days ago

Sales Representative

Signpost Denver, CO

Signpost is cloud-based marketing software that gives local businesses the power to effortlessly build and manage customer relationships. Our… Signpost


30+ days ago

Sales Manager

Signpost Denver, CO

Signpost is cloud-based marketing software that gives local businesses the power to effortlessly build and manage customer relationships. Our… Signpost


30+ days ago

National Sales Executive

Signpost Denver, CO

Signpost is making it easy for small businesses to manage their online presence, convert interested consumers and remarket existing customers. Our… Signpost


30+ days ago

National Sales Manager

Signpost Denver, CO

You will be responsible for leading and motivating a National Accounts Inside Sales team in the planning, delivery and execution of a Sales Team’s… Signpost


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Signpost Founder and CEO Stuart Wall
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  • I don't regret being there, but don't think I'd recommend.

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Denver, CO

    I worked at Signpost

    Pros

    The people are the best part of this gig. They hire social, personable youngsters to work the phones, so making friends is a breeze. The Denver office is very nice, happy hours are in no short supply, and there are some running distractions that border on fun most of the time. Making a sale is legitimate rush, and as an experience thats in my rear view I'm glad I spent a few months here. I'm also am glad I shoveled sand for a summer a few years back, but I wouldn't do that again either.

    Cons

    Its a call center. You are making 130 dials a day, most of the 'leads' are legitimately and openly bothered by you. These are business owners who are getting called ALL DAY by people trying to sell them everything from cash registers to shampoos to marketing platforms. You will get very down and eventually dread when lunch break ends. If you are considering this position don't forget its a 9 hour day, 5 days a week, dial after dial after dial.

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    My biggest issue with the company was the general us versus them feel between management and the worker bees. They will bs you to no end to keep your but in the seat and the phone to your ear. You are teammates as much as a farmer and his crops are. As a sales rep you are such a low cost commodity that salaried worker's main objective is to keep you from making that realization for as long as possible. There will come a time when management tells you one thing, you know its the other, and you know they know its the other, but this is the game that must be played for profitability's sake and, almost by definition, at your expense. Want an example? Read through the reviews here. Can you tell which ones were written by management? Hint: They are the reviews whose cons are actually pros. Reminds me of the verbal flatulence you are forced to spin in a job interview. Therein lies management's communication style.

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