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Digital Marketing Representative

TruPro, LLC. Trumbull, CT

Digital Marketing Representative Digital marketing representative will report to the VP of Sales and will play a pivotal role in qualifying new… TruPro, LLC.


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Rob Berko
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    Not Honest with Prospective Employees

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Trumbull, CT
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Trumbull, CT

    I have been working at TruPro full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Convenient location in Trumbull CT, close to bus line for employees who do not drive / have no car.
    Easy interview process and they hire almost anyone immeadiately.
    Small company and small business culture. Just 3 people in a large room and they are all friends and/or family of the "CEO".

    Cons

    Management not honest about earning potential. Very hard sell because TruPro has a bad reputation in their market and most realtors just hang up on you when you call.

    They say it's a sales position but it is really "telemarketing". High pressure sales tactics employed that make calling 100-150 realtors a day uncomfortable for seasoned sales people.

    Products (website, search engine, lead generation etc.) do not work or are just resold to too many people so instead of concentrating on sales you end up handling compaints all day from customers who want their money back or trying to find the "CEO" or "VP of Sales" to handle them.

    Churn and burn environment. They say in the interview that it will be 2 weeks of training but train for 1-2 days then make you sell at least enough to cover your payroll in the first week or they let you go immeadiately.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do not call this an "uncapped sales position with major earning potential" online or in interviews. If you hire people as telemarketers and are honest about the low earning potential you will get the right people. I interviewed for a sales position and left within 2 weeks when I found out this wasn't really sales. It was a waste of your time and mine.

    Doesn't Recommend
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