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Everyone here is so extremely friendly and ready to help one another out. Environment is so relaxed yet still professional. Snacks and drinks are constantly available for anyone at any time. Visitors and pets are welcome!!! Best part about being an employee is that you are able to gain hands on experience in any department you feel best suits you. You aren't stuck in one position and can get moved around from team to team if you would like! Excited for future opportunities here with SNAP
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I applied online. I interviewed at SNAP Interactive in August 2015.
After I applied, they responded with a challenge that involved doing work that could actually be put to use by SNAP, without getting paid or hired. The challenge didn't involve hypotheticals, it involved one of two products that's owned by SNAP. I've interviewed with other companies that asked each candidate to do a challenge. One even took over 40 hours to do and required a lot of personal sacrifice. I worked on it during a hurricane without electricity nor internet access was forced to fight for a power outlet at the library. I was willing to do that work partially because I knew that the challenges were hypothetical, were meant to demonstrate my thinking style without being used directly by the company. This challenge is unethical and sets the relationship between employee and employer off to a very bad start. I will not answer the challenge, and any potential candidates for SNAP Interactive and any other company should beware of companies that want them to do actual (as in non-hypothetical) work for free.
- Our goal is to grow The Grade in New York City through cost-efficient and creative ways that are scalable. Our target users are 18-35 New York-based singles, interested in a high-quality dating product. With a minimal budget, let’s say $10K/month, can you outline what ideas you would want to implement in order to grow the Grade in the most cost-efficient manner. Describe why you think each one is a good idea and describe any experience you have, if any, implementing them? 1 Answer
SNAP Interactive builds AYI.com (AreYouInterested?), one of the largest social dating applications on the internet with over 75 million installs, SNAP also recently launched The Grade, a mobile dating application catering to high quality singles, that has been featured in TIME, Fortune magazine, New York Post, ABC News, USA Today, Fox News, and others.As a publicly traded company (Ticker: STVI), SNAP balances a proven monetization model with an innovative startup environment, providing the best of both worlds.