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24 days ago

Senior Technical Product Manager - SFDC Platform

YP San Francisco, CA

As a Senior Technical Product Manager – Salesforce.com, on the SFDC platform enablement team, you will specialize in Salesforce.com capability… YP


25 days ago

Field Service Manager

YP San Francisco, CA +2 locations

• Manage all delinquent and query reports to insure revenue is unlocked/waived prior to campaign close. • Conduct delinquent customer account… YP


24 days ago

Salesforce Developer

YP San Francisco, CA

Be part of Salesforce Platform Support Team, which is responsible for design and maintance of SFDC platform. This is a fast paced team that handles… YP


6 days ago

Digital Sales Executive

YP Concord, CA

• Though generally day hours, M-F, the nature of the business sometimes requires that they be contacted after normal business hours (evenings) or on… YP


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    New Media Outside Sales Rep

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    Current Employee - New Media in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - New Media in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at YP full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    On-going training, if you sell consistently you get paid well, benefits, gas, cell phone allowance, flexibility with your schedule, multiple products to sell. Contests, bonus money to be made if you meet your quota.

    Cons

    Long hours invested to make a sale. Once you make a sale the process is long and tedious and too often mistakes are made by fulfillment. If a customer does not pay you will be charged back. Leads provided by company are weak, and have been worked over by tel reps, etc...most managers have never sold advertising and they don't know what they are doing or talking about. Union dues are too high and I don't feel they are worth it.
    Training is six long boring weeks that leave you more confused. A sales rep would be better off following an experienced sales rep in the field for six weeks than wasting the time in a classroom situation. A very politically run company, your either in or not. If you are liked you get extra perks and prizes are awarded to you even if you don't deserve them. A "good ol' boys" work mentality.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire managers from within who have sold the products for a minimum of 2 years. How can a manager know how to sell, and understand the complexity of advertising if a manager has never done it. Every six months upper mgmt should ask all sales rep to give feedback on their managers pros and cons. If there are more cons, get rid of that manager. When products are not producing as well as projected, make something happen more quickly for the customer. Big turnover with customers, due to not working.

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