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I worked at Woot full-timePros
Good people overall with the exception of top management.
Very engaging community of customers.
Daily deals from new sources, brands and items keep things interesting.Cons
Leadership direction from the top is misguided and lacks understanding of the daily deal business model that Woot has built.
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Focus on what made Woot...Woot. A simple, fun and engaging shopping experience. The customer needs to be the first focus.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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If you like your online shopping with a side of snide, Woot has it. The snarky e-commerce company sells discounted computers, electronics, and all sorts of other items at woot.com, t-shirts at shirt.woot, and wine.woot. It generally offers one product per day until it's sold out, which may seem like an odd business model but has brought the company considerable success and attention. Founded in 2004 by CEO Matt Rutledge, Woot (from Internet slang word "w00t" used to express joy or victory) launched its main site in 2004. A pioneer of the deal-of-the-day genre of online...