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I worked at Performics full-time (More than 3 years)
Such a great energy at this company. Lots of freedom to grow, test, and try things. Implementing quickly, learning, making mistakes are encouraged. Just a good environment for learning and showcasing new and exciting trends in the industry.
Too easy to leave. Performics is incredibly nice when people decide to move on making them seem to not care, but in fact, they value people so much they respect their decisions. Despite other bad reviews, there are A LOT of repeat Performics employees because it's a place that's hard to replicate.
Advice to Management
Keep on Going! You've got a good thing. Ensure you keep critical people.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Performics.
Contacted by recruiter for a screening phone interview. After the phone call with the recruiter, had two 30-minute interviews with directors. Pretty generic interviews, not difficult at all. Mainly asked about my previous experiences, familiarity with programs, some behavioral, etc etc. In one interview, spent most time talking about the interviewer's experience, which was great in learning about company culture and the stuff I'll be doing. Expected to go in for an in-person interview but they offered me the position after just two phone interviews, which was a pleasant surprise.
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The salary was actually a lot higher than what the recruiter initially told me (and what I was expecting), so I didn't negotiate the salary. I asked them if I could start a bit later than what they wanted and they were very accommodating.
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Performics knows what keywords will make a website a must-see. The company provides search engine marketing and related services for retailers, catalog merchants, and other direct marketers. Clients have included United Airlines, Pottery Barn, and Northern Tool and Equipment. In 2008 advertising conglomerate Publicis Groupe bought the search marketing operations of Performics and kept the Performics name. The other segment of Performics' operations, affiliate marketing, remained with former parent company Google and operates as Google Affiliate Network.