Compare Constant Contact vs Localytics BETA

See how Localytics vs. Constant Contact compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 395 reviews)
(based on 67 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Constant Contact Ceo Kim Simone
79%Kim Simone
Localytics Ceo Jude McColgan
73%Jude McColgan
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Great people"(in 43 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 42 reviews)
"Great product"(in 5 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 4 reviews)
"Endurance"(in 23 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 13 reviews)
"Exec team"(in 3 reviews)
"Employee growth"(in 3 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Customer Engagement Specialist

I have been working at Constant Contact full-time for more than a year


Its incredible in this day an age a company, that cares about their employees esp in the sense of realizing that while work is important there are other factors that make employees the best that they... can be. Constant Contact does this in a number of ways. In addition, this is a great company if you want to learn new skills which could lead to other opportunities.


Innovation is an important factor but wish there was more of an emphasis.

Former Employee - Senior Manager

I worked at Localytics full-time for more than a year


· Strong culture and values. A lot of company decisions are driven by desire to do good by their employees and their customers. There were multiple times when I witnessed how the company could have... done "the wrong thing" and easily get away with it, yet they chose to do "the right thing" only because it was the right thing to do. A rare level of integrity! · Their customers are household names. For those in customer facing roles experience gained in Localytics would be much more valuable than experience at some other companies that market to mom-and-pop shops. · Big, hairy challenges on the engineering side. Very few companies in town operate on a comparable scale. And most of those other companies are giant corps where one's impact is limited to a tiny part of the system. · One of the reviewers mentioned this in the Cons column, but I see this as a Pro. Very picky when it comes to hiring. I was involved in hiring for the Product, Engineering, and Design departments and at least in those departments a lot of good candidates were rejected. One had to be a truly great candidate to be offered a job at Localytics. As a result the caliber of the team was unmatched. (But to be completely honest I felt that some other departments had much lower bar) · One of the coolest offices in town. Great location in Government Center, steps from every T line.


· Not sure if this belongs in the Cons column but it's not a Pro either. The comp package is not great. The base salary is average. But there's no performance bonus, and the equity is stock options... in a late stage private company. Benefits package is also average at best. · Total lack of transparency. Sometimes it reaches comical levels. For example, there was a VP departure where at some point said VP cleared their desk and stopped showing up at work and yet there was not a single word from the Exec team. Of course, news travel through the grapevine, often distorted and uncontrollable. · The Exec team doesn't trust themselves and their employees to make the right decisions. As a result no decision are being made when needed. Great ideas were conceived and prototyped by the product and engineering, never got buy-in from the execs, and wound up abandoned. There is maybe a couple of people on the exec team who think strategically and develop vision but apparently they are not getting much support.

Advice to Management

I don't really have an advice to management. In my opinion the new CEO is leading the company in the right direction and should stay the course. But it's been two years and results haven't... materialized yet so perhaps some course correction should be considered.

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