MediaMath: Empowering the new breed of marketing professionals
The Mad Men of the 1960s helped define the way business has been done in our industry for the last 50 years. With the advent of digital technology, interactive channels and vast amounts of data, a new breed of advertising professional has emerged - Math Men and Math Women.
What do they do? They use data to understand consumer behavior and identify opportunities. They translate those insights into integrated marketing strategies across channels, with clear and measurable goals. They use advanced analytics to identify the media and audiences that will best reach those goals, and quantify the value of each. They analyze results and optimize to deliver more of what's working and less of what isn't, and they do it every day. In short, they use technology and data to turn ideas into results.
At MediaMath (founded 2007), we've built the tools that enable and empower this new breed of marketing professional. Our TerminalOne platform allows agencies and advertisers to plan, execute, optimize, and analyze marketing programs across the digital landscape.
The result? Greater efficiency, measurably superior performance of each advertising dollar and strategic media and audience insights to drive smarter decision-making for the new generation of Math Men.
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I have been working at MediaMath full-time for less than a yearPros
Positive, collaborative, and inclusive environment. Fast paced. Interesting/stimulating projects. Overall great culture.Cons
Haven't come across any cons yet! Very positive experience so far.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week - interviewed at MediaMath.Interview Details
I was contacted by a MediaMatch recruiter via LinkedIn and we quickly scheduled a phone interview with a team lead. The phone interview was pretty normal, although maybe slightly lighter on heavy technology compared to other technology companies.
I had an in-person interview soon after and generally enjoyed myself and had great conversations with the interviewers. I met with 4 different interviewers and the internal recruiter and the interview took roughly 3 hours.
Everyone was very polite and made sure I was comfortable and well hydrated. Thanks!
However, I then heard nothing from the company afterwards. Not a yes, or a no. No feedback, no "thanks, but no thanks". Not even after I emailed the company to ask for an update.
I understand that some people don't want to deal with delivering bad news and find it uncomfortable, but come'on...you must be rejecting more people than you extend offers to, so you should have had plenty of practice with it. I personally find it extremely rude and inappropriate not to have the decency of letting people who've spent hours talking to you know about your hiring decision. Reputations matter.No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
MediaMath is a digital marketing technology company dedicated to reengineering modern marketing to offer transformative results based on tangible goals. Its math-driven Marketing Operating System, TerminalOne™, brings together digital media and data into a powerful and flexible solution that simplifies planning, execution, optimization and analysis of both direct response and branding campaigns.
Since inventing the DSP in 2007, MediaMath has delivered results for customers that include every major international ad agency and holding company. MediaMath is a privately...