Ezoic FAQ

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May 16, 2019

How is management perceived at Ezoic?

Pros

-Ezoic has many opportunities to develop in your career, which have been created by the growth of the company over the past few years. Many of the sales reps here have been with the company for several years and moved into senior positions or working with larger clients -In addition to the sales duties, you get to work on extra projects that really stretch your knowledge, technical/analytical skills, and business acumen. You don't get these types of development opportunities at other companies -You get autonomy/ownership over your work, and management invites feedback on how to make work processes better. They actually listen to your input and are willing to test new approaches. -Really friendly atmosphere with senior sales reps that are eager to help develop others. -The technologies that Ezoic provides to its clients are an amazing value-add, you won't be selling snake oil here. -Although the technologies seem complex, you really don't need a technical background to succeed. We have people from all different majors and career tracks, and the training opportunities are extensive if you're willing to work hard. -The business outlook is really positive, with Ezoic emerging as a major player in this industry.

Cons

-If you're not interested in working with bloggers/digital publishers or working with international clients, it's not for you. Honestly, though, the clients are great to work with and there is immense satisfaction in helping these people succeed. We work with all kinds of websites, big and small. These include small business owners, people looking to turn their hobby into a successful income stream, and larger enterprise-level media companies with many employees and complex set ups. -There is a few month learning curve to this sales role, especially if you don't have experience with computers or websites. Management makes it easy by really working with you in training, providing coaching, and jumping in to help when needed. However, if you're not willing to learn new things or open yourself to new ideas, it's not for you.

-You get autonomy/ownership over your work, and management invites feedback on how to make work processes better.

May 16, 2019

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March 27, 2019

What is the company culture at Ezoic?

Pros

John and Dwayne are seasoned pros who are know what they are doing. They have built a great business with cool tech and....importantly, a great ethical base. People like doing business with them.

Cons

None that I can think of

Advice to Management

Keep rocking it

They have built a great business with cool tech and....importantly, a great ethical base.

March 27, 2019

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May 16, 2019

What is it like working with clients or customers at Ezoic?

Pros

-Ezoic has many opportunities to develop in your career, which have been created by the growth of the company over the past few years. Many of the sales reps here have been with the company for several years and moved into senior positions or working with larger clients -In addition to the sales duties, you get to work on extra projects that really stretch your knowledge, technical/analytical skills, and business acumen. You don't get these types of development opportunities at other companies -You get autonomy/ownership over your work, and management invites feedback on how to make work processes better. They actually listen to your input and are willing to test new approaches. -Really friendly atmosphere with senior sales reps that are eager to help develop others. -The technologies that Ezoic provides to its clients are an amazing value-add, you won't be selling snake oil here. -Although the technologies seem complex, you really don't need a technical background to succeed. We have people from all different majors and career tracks, and the training opportunities are extensive if you're willing to work hard. -The business outlook is really positive, with Ezoic emerging as a major player in this industry.

Cons

-If you're not interested in working with bloggers/digital publishers or working with international clients, it's not for you. Honestly, though, the clients are great to work with and there is immense satisfaction in helping these people succeed. We work with all kinds of websites, big and small. These include small business owners, people looking to turn their hobby into a successful income stream, and larger enterprise-level media companies with many employees and complex set ups. -There is a few month learning curve to this sales role, especially if you don't have experience with computers or websites. Management makes it easy by really working with you in training, providing coaching, and jumping in to help when needed. However, if you're not willing to learn new things or open yourself to new ideas, it's not for you.

-If you're not interested in working with bloggers/digital publishers or working with international clients, it's not for you.

May 16, 2019

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October 17, 2018

How is the office food at Ezoic?

Pros

- Office atmosphere (I laugh every day) - SO MANY MONITORS aka amazing workstation - Untracked vacation/sick days - Dog-friendly - Always learning something new every day - Work Autonomy - Catered lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays that usually have enough leftovers to cover Wednesdays and Fridays. - The snacks - Beer, Kombucha, and Cold Brew on tap - The games (pool, ping pong, corn-hole, soon to come Big Buck Hunter, air hockey, x-box) - The amount of intelligent, awesome, hardworking people that make up Ezoic. It is fascinating what each person that works here has accomplished outside of this company. Seriously, it is a pleasure to go to work each day. I thoroughly enjoy the company of everyone at Ezoic; except for one...

Cons

- Tim - Tim - Tim - Tim - Tim ( I had to enter at least 5 words) (btw, this is a running office joke. Tim is actually the best. Thankfully I'm able to submit this anonymously so no one will know I complimented him.)

Advice to Management

I don't have much advice for management. I think the company is incredibly well balanced. There are areas to improve, but know that you guys are aware of the problems and are working towards fixing them as we continue to grow and learn.

- The snacks

October 17, 2018

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