American Marketing and Publishing Management FAQ

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American Marketing and Publishing has a positive Business Outlook of 62%.

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July 29, 2019

How is management perceived at American Marketing and Publishing?

Pros

Great management and team. Positive feedback. Great feeling when you get a sale.

Cons

Can be hard to get in front of business owners, constant rejection, quota to hit in beginning to keep employment

Advice to Management

More training or cut the quota

Great management and team.

July 29, 2019

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October 1, 2020

Is American Marketing and Publishing a good company to work for?

Pros

The best thing I can say is that they taught me an important lesson to be a lot less trusting by breaking my heart and betraying me and lying to me in a way I dont know I'll ever really recover from.

Cons

I beg anyone who sees this review to avoid this company at all costs, no matter how good their pitch to join them sounds!! I don't want anyone else to have to go through what I went through with this company. All I got from them was lies and was just stabbed in the back. Was promised yearly earnings of $50K to $60k or even more, which with their commission structure in entirely cold call sales would be near impossible to achieve. Was told I would be given the tools and training to succeed and all I got was a day of online lectures that didn't really teach anything that was useful for me in the field and a half day out in the field with my manager. After that I was sent out with a beat up iPad and a couple of binders of training material to try to flounder my way through, I had made a few sales out on my own but wasn't getting the results I wanted to achieve and I was always begging for more field training and guidance and I was never given any. Despite my best efforts of making all my 30 sales calls per day and giving the pitches the best I could following their sales plans and methods to a T, I recieved a text out of the blue from my manager about a half hour into my sales day saying they were in town and wanted to meet in the usual spot, I was thinking at that point "Great! A little short notice because I have a sales appointment scheduled I have to get to right away, but I'm finally going to get the near full day of sales training I've been wanting for so long!" but I met him there and he said he didn't want to move forward with me due to a couple day rough patch of not having any sales, despite the fact I had 2 or more appointments that day that would have likely turned into big sales scheduled for that day, and after asking him to give me more training and a proper chance of success he told me he already made up his mind and wanted me to part ways with the company. PLEASE I BEG YOU for your own good if you are reading this dont make the same mistake I did by taking a chance, quiting my job and going to work for this company because all I got from it was pain and lies. They will not give you proper training, the tools to succeed, or the great salary they advertise and they will do exactly the same to you as they have done to me. I honestly can confidently say there wasn't a single positive thing about my experience at AMP, which is the only company out of all the companies I have worked for in my life I can say that about.

Advice to Management

To the CEO, pay more attention to what is going on in your company and to the little guys just starting out like me all the way at the bottom of the chain. As for the management I dealt with I do believe they are actually malicious and only care about their bottom sales line, they do not care in the slightest about their actual employees

I honestly can confidently say there wasn't a single positive thing about my experience at AMP, which is the only company out of all the companies I have worked for in my life I can say that about.

October 1, 2020

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