Mission: We Are Email Marketing
AWeber's Vision: Connecting People in Remarkable Ways
AWeber's Mission: Build easy to use platforms for small businesses to connect with prospects and ...
It's official! AWeber is in the top 5! This is our 6th straight year of being recognized as a PA Best Places To Work award winner!
Our slides are pretty awesome, but the people who work here are truly the best feature!
18 years later, we’re still doing that. AWeber builds web-based software to help over 120,000 small businesses, non-profits and entrepreneurs around the world reach more people with email newsletter campaigns.
We’ve grown from a one-man operation to a team of over 100 strong and we’re still growing! We work with a set of Core Values that capture what matters to us - working together, learning together and helping thousands of small businesses grow and prosper.
If working with an AWesome team and giving back to the community we’re deeply rooted in sounds like your kind of thing, click on one of our job listings to the right and apply today!
We can’t wait to welcome you onto our team.
Since Tom Kulzer founded AWeber in 1998, many bright, creative problem-solvers have joined the team in Chalfont, PA.
As we enter our 18th year in business, our talented team continues to expand as we accomplish our mission of building AWesome tools to support our growing base of customers. Driven by that mission, our team uses a set of six core values to guide our decisions and innovation on a daily basis.
Anyone can say they're remarkable. But how many companies will, say, knock your socks off with their customer service and then send you a new pair of socks in the mail?
That's the kind of thing AWeber does. We know our customers' names and we're here seven days a week with personalized support.
The key to creating remarkable experiences is our passion to drive and deliver results. Once we commit to an idea or task, our team plans and executes with passion. Providing fantastic service and support is not something we take lightly, it's what compels us to get up in the morning and make a difference.
AWeber customers are focused on growing their businesses and providing value to their own customers. We strive to provide them with the best tools to do just that.
At its core, AWeber is a family. A warm, fuzzy, 100-person (and growing!) family. But how does a big team feel like a family?
It's all in our culture of respect and cooperation. It doesn't come from policy, it comes from treating people like people ‐ the way we all should be treated. Teams openly collaborate to solve problems, and we all work together to make our service the best it can be.
Our totally open workspace helps the collaboration along. We're not just the anti-cubicle office. We're the anti-office-door office where everyone is accessible.
You can't run a helpful company in a vacuum. That's why feedback is so important to us - internally and externally.
We're regularly named one of the best places to work in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania for a reason. Our internal suggestion boards, team surveys and Net Promoter Score tracking probably have a little bit to do with that.
Customer feedback is just as important to us. Our user experience team is continually using our customers' suggestions to upgrade our service.
We're the ones who invented autoresponder emails, so we know all about innovation. As our CEO likes to say, "Dream big, fail fast and iterate on what works." Constant education is a big part of that. We encourage team members to keep learning by attending events and conferences or continuing formal education in their field.
We're all about educating our customers, too. We want your email campaign to be the best it can be, because when your business succeeds, we succeed too. We share all the advice we've learned in blog posts, webinars and guides - plus, we host monthly educational meetups at our headquarters.
As serious as we are about our service, we seriously enjoy every minute of our work here. And we know how to have some serious fun.
Sometimes we kick it old school with pinball and arcade games. Sometimes we flaunt our athletic sides with ping pong, foosball and basketball. Sometimes we shoot each other with Nerf guns.
It's all about loving what you do and having fun while doing it.
AWeber employs some AWesome people. Inspiring thinkers, passionate creators - everyone brings something to the table. And you have the AWesome chance to learn from and collaborate with these cool minds. Whether it's marketing, design or engineering, every interaction gives the opportunity to nurture your skills.
We love independent spirits and innovative ideas. AWeber thrives on contributions from everyone, at every level, in every department. Want your efforts to really count? We'll let you take your ideas and run with them. Everyone here is an integral part of AWeber's growth.
We're not just built for collaboration, but also for fun! Ride the slide to the cafeteria for lunch prepared by our 3 in-house chefs. Catch up on shows in our state-of-the-art movie theaters. Or embrace your competitive side with ping pong or a rack of pool. When it's time to get back to work, roll your desk where you need it to go to work more closely with your team members.
I have been working at AWeber full-time (More than 5 years)
* Insanely smart people who push themselves and help each other improve and do better
* A company culture that values individuality, diversity, and creativity of its team members
* Leadership that is obsessive about continuous improvement for our customers and our team
* Paid benefits, free amazing gourmet lunch, awesome company events.... there is no shortage of perks and benefits
* Career path and mentorship programs, and a strong preference for promotion from within
* Agile and devops are in the DNA of the company from top to bottom.
* Transparency: if you ask, you're likely to get a useful answer.
AWeber is a technology company, but is a lot more customer focused than many technology companies. The customer focus is what binds our whole company together as a unified team. In other tech companies, engineers don't even know the names of people in marketing, and sometimes there is no real customer service presence. At AWeber, product teams are cross-functional and cross-departmental, so the daily standup and other team meetings include people from marketing, customer solutions, product, as well as all of the engineering disciplines - development, QA, operations, design, etc. The cross-pollenation and ideas that come from this diversity of thought is pretty amazing.
* Occasionally the company moves *too* fast to improve things, either in the technology space, or in the process/management space, which can cause some bumps & bruises. It's usually worth it.
Advice to Management
I think AWeber is unstoppable as long as leadership continues to push for continuous improvement and transparency, and continues to actively encourage honest feedback from all parts and levels of the organization.
The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at AWeber.
Process felt lengthy and cumbersome for a managerial role, beginning with a 1 hour phone interview, followed by an on-site interview. After that, I was asked to put together a deck about one of two topics and present it. Prior to making the final hiring decision, I received another phone call (meeting #4 at this point) then asking my strategic approach for another one of the prompts. While I completely understand requesting a deliverable as a means to understand the candidate's skills and approach, the request took several hours to complete and in my opinion, was too lengthy for the seniority of the position, which led to frustration when I did not receive an offer. This was further aggravated when I requested feedback on my interview and the decision made and none was provided.