- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Performics full-time for more than a yearPros
Great benefits and company culture. While the work is demanding, it is up to you what you make of it. You are given many opportunities to succeed if you position yourself correctly.Cons
Long hours on tough accounts. Lots of changes in the company on a consistent basis.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online - interviewed at Performics in January 2014.Interview Details
Did a phone screen beforehand, asked me basic questions about PPC, wasn't too hard.
Next they asked me to come in for about a 2 hour long interview, which first of all, is ridiculous considering that I'm working, but it seemed like a cool place to work so I went along with it.
They asked me to show up at 11, so I did. I was then sat down and had to wait at least 15 minutes before someone came and got me for my first interview. The interview went very well and they asked me various questions based on search, PPC, and my experience, the whole yada yada. It went great and everyone who I spoke with was wonderful.
A week passes by and I get an email from the recruiter saying I was "VERY late to the interview, and that they consider timeliness a quality, and even though the interviewers really liked me, you won't be getting a second chance"
What??? I took two hours out of my day to come interview, then I was made to wait for 15 minutes before someone came and got me, and I was the one late? I e-mailed the recruiter back, and called and go no response. Pretty unprofessional if you ask me.
Everyone I talked to was wonderful and didn't mention anything about being late (because I wasn't?). Who knows what happened, it'll forever be a mystery. Just be careful of the recruiters I guess, she made it a very negative experience. I suggest coming 30 minutes earlier just in case they say you're late, so you can at least go to the front desk and ask for confirmation because they make you sign in.Interview Questions
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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.