Signpost – Why Work For Us?

Signpost is the cloud-based platform that makes digital and mobile marketing simple and effective for local businesses.

Named one of America's Most Promising Companies by Forbes, Signpost automatically optimizes business profiles across dozens of popular websites and mobile apps. We automate customer conversion and remarketing to dramatically increase new and repeat sales.

Signpost is backed by Spark Capital (Twitter, Tumblr), Google Ventures, Scout Ventures, OpenView Venture Partners and a group of angel investors including Jason Calacanis (LAUNCH), Thomas Lehrman (Gerson Lehrman) and Jack Herrick (e-how, wiki-how). The company is headquartered in New York City with locations in Denver and Austin.

Learn more on our website.


Are you curious?

Do you have an innate desire to know how things work? Can you determine the technology serving this website in 30 seconds? Do you know a dozen powers of two off the top of your head? Do you love open-source software, and have given back by pushing bug fixes? If so, you might be happy here.

The goal of the Signpost engineering team is to create defect-free software at maximum velocity – while loving what we do. Our work is challenging and interesting, our coworkers are world-class and driven, and our culture is collaborative, humble, and results-oriented. We aim for minimal process overhead because we prefer shipping software to talking about it.

We take pride in our work and have real ownership in our company and our product. Every one of us has an enormous impact on moving Signpost forward. And while our team has an average of 12 years' experience, we love to learn, and software engineering is an art we're continuously striving to master. But we're also known for having a bit more fun than we probably should.

Sound like someplace you'd like to work? Apply today for openings in NYC, Austin andDenver.

Signpost Reviews

50 Reviews
50 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
Signpost Founder and CEO Stuart Wall
Stuart Wall
46 Ratings

    Never thought I would love a job doing phone sales

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Sales Executive  in  Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Sales Executive in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Signpost full-time for less than a year


    -Culture: Everyone I work with has become my good friend; some of my coworkers I now consider best friends. We are all so positive and supportive of one another, and it's great working some place where we both compete against each other and cheer on each other's successes. Also the happy hours are super fun!
    -Career growth: The fact that you have the potential to raise your base by 10K in less than a year is huge, and with it the opportunity to help train and support new hires is huge. And the fact that the company is growing so quickly means that opportunities for greater management roles are there for those who work hard and want to make it happen for themselves!
    -Product: For so many small businesses, Signpost really does help boost their online visibility and have a dramatic impact on their remarketing and retention. I love that I don't feel like a sleazy salesperson when I'm pitching people and getting people signed up. I know that I'm helping small businesses do something good for their business that they wouldn't or couldn't have done themselves.
    -Leadership: I think the management team does a really good job of taking and implementing feedback, to the best of their abilities. Compared to other places I have worked, my opinion and ideas are valued tremendously here; that's part of what makes Signpost such a great place to work


    -Lack of diversity!!! Especially in leadership positions, with regard to both race and gender. We're in the middle of freaking Texas, how is the office almost all white people?
    -Low base means that slow months take a big hit to your paycheck
    -Cold calling and being pushy on the phone is not for everyone.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -Take a more pro-active approach to recruiting a more diverse team (e.g. specifically reaching out to networking groups for people of color, women in business,etc). Even if you're not looking at it from a social justice standpoint, having a sales and leadership team that more closely reflects the shifting demographics of the US can only have a positive impact on the number of business owners we connect with, and improve our understanding of businesses' differing needs.
    -Set performance and workplace decorum expectations more clearly to newer hires to ensure that the culture remains fun, but still highly productive.
    -Explore outside resources for additional sales training materials.

    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

Signpost Interviews

Updated Sep 10, 2014
Updated Sep 10, 2014

Interview Experience

Interview Experience


Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview


Interview Difficulty


Interview Difficulty




    Sales Representative Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Interview Details

    Wow. What can I say about this interview process? Well for starters, I had a very easy phone interview. I applied for the position online and then within 2 hours I received a phone call from them. I then had an in-person interview at their "office" which was really intense. I was interviewed by three different people and then sat down with one of their sales representatives to discuss the position. I was asked to come back for the final interview but I had to first prepare a PowerPoint about Signpost products which I had to sell to the manager. They told me they would contact me later that day about whether I got the position but they never contacted me. This company is EXTREMELY unprofessional. After going through three interviews and giving a PowerPoint presentation, the least they could do is call me.

    Interview Questions
    • What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?
      Now try to sell me on running with you.
        Answer Question
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

Signpost Awards & Accolades

Something missing? Add an award
One of America's Most Promising Companies, Forbes, 2014

Additional Info

Headquarters New York, NY
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 2010
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Competitors Google, Facebook, GoDaddy

Signpost is cloud-based marketing software that gives local small businesses the power to effortlessly build and manage customer relationships.

Named one of America's Most Promising Companies by Forbes, Signpost automatically creates and optimizes business profiles across the most important websites and mobile apps, and automates customer conversion and remarketing to...

Mission: We are always looking for people who share our core values.
* We fight for small businesses
* We focus on impact
* We act like owners
* We make our own luck
* Our...

Worked for Signpost ? Contribute to the Community!