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30+ days ago

Advertising Operations Cross Platform Trafficker

blinkx Burlington, MA

The Cross Platform Trafficker is responsible for managing the successful implementation and launch of multiple campaigns across all sub divisions of… blinkx

30+ days ago

Advertising Operations - Campaign Management Specialist

blinkx Burlington, MA

The Campaign Management Specialist will work hand in hand with the Client Development Analysis/ Trafficking Specialist to ensure each campaign is… blinkx

30+ days ago

Programmatic, Manager Demand Strategy

blinkx Burlington, MA

This position requires extensive knowledge of the programmatic space. Responsibilities: • Identify new business opportunities and bring… blinkx

30+ days ago

Seller Accounts Intern

blinkx Burlington, MA

• Prospect publishers to join AdConductor • Set up new publishers, provide tags and track performance • Compile and analyze data and metrics… blinkx

30+ days ago

Programmatic, Seller Accounts Specialist

blinkx Burlington, MA

• Negotiate and sustain effective media relationships with publishers and vertical network clients • Provide strategic consulting services… blinkx

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blinkx CEO S. Brian Mukherjee
S. Brian Mukherjee
37 Ratings

    While even the highs weren't very high, the lows are a bottomless pit of unhappiness

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    I have been working at blinkx full-time (more than 5 years)


    One thing blinkx has always had going for it is good people, even as it grows through acquisition. Somehow (most) of the people remain amazing. I don't know how the company has retained so many for so long, although we're definitely starting to see some of the lifers trickle out. And I don't think it's just people coming together to make the best of a bad situation--the majority of people are truly dedicated and talented and fun to be around.

    Benefits are good. There are some great managers and some of the business leaders know what they're doing.


    It's good we tend to get along, because we see A LOT of each other. The CEO puts in 24 hour days and expects everyone else to, too. Unfortunately most people aren't compensated at his level, so sorry everybody--you're kinda working for free! Everyone complains about the low pay.

    At a certain management level, no one takes a real vacation. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week is the expectation pushed down from above.

    To make things even more entertaining, we have major attrition and nothing's going to change anytime soon. Like I said, people are abandoning this sinking ship and none of the execs are doing anything about it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You know why people are leaving? Because no one likes being one person doing the job of three (except maybe the CEO). Pay us more, respect our lives outside the work day, and stop pretending blinkx is a start up. It WAS a start up. Now it's a raggedy collection of loosely organized businesses held together by spit and despair.

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