Mission: To empower small businesses and nonprofits to grow customer relationships and their business.
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“Our customers are small business owners with little time and even less technical knowledge,” says Adam Gelinas, advisory software engineer at Constant Contact. “They expect our products to be available, easy to use, and free of errors.”
What we do
We create great, easy-to-use tools that help small businesses and nonprofits do online marketing—and get amazing results. But we don’t just offer tools to help them create email newsletters, surveys, events, Facebook promotions, online listings, and more. We also provide the award-winning support and free marketing resources to help them use them effectively and successfully.
Where it all started
Constant Contact was founded as “Roving Software” in 1995, in a cramped attic in Brookline, Massachusetts. Back then, email was just a way for friends to communicate online. But our founders saw what it could be: a valuable marketing tool that would help small businesses level the playing field in the battle against big business.
But we didn’t just stop at email. We added online surveys, event management, social campaigns, local deals, and online listings management.
It probably goes without saying, but we left that attic a long time ago. Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, we also call Colorado, Florida, New York City, San Francisco, and London home as well.
To support it all, we ramped up our coaching and support operations, adding online chat, email, and tons of local classes and seminars for face-to-face local learning. It’s what sets us apart from our competition in a really major way.
Through it all, we kept to our mission: to empower small businesses and nonprofits to grow customer relationships and succeed.
Every day we find new ways to build on our commitment to small businesses. That doesn’t just mean more powerful tools and new services; it’s initiatives like our Small Business Innovation Loft. It’s a free program designed to support startups and help them bring ideas that could benefit small businesses and nonprofits to market. That’s the vision for Constant Contact’s future; more opportunities to revolutionize the formula for small business success.
At Constant Contact, we build software products and provide marketing services to make small businesses and nonprofits more successful. So you could say we have an immediate impact on our neighbors, small business owners, and community. When you work at Constant Contact, you’ll always feel good about what you do, and you’ll see those positive impacts right away! We love what we do, and we're good at it, too. We earn a lot of recognition, like Stevie Awards and Deloitte's Technology Fast 500. Our people are a critical part of our success, and we celebrate our employees with service awards, monthly "Wow" awards to recognize great accomplishments, and sometimes at the spur of the moment, just because.
We hire seriously awesome people who are able to lead change and focus on results. We tend to be a collaborative, smart, friendly, and innovative bunch. We're big on social responsibility, and have volunteer time, an annual charity auction, local scholarships, and more.
We like to say we have the entrepreneurial culture of a start up, with the resources of a big company. And we put our money where our mouth is with regular Innovation Jams, our amazing InnoLoft), collaborative workspaces, informative Lunch + Learns, and more. We like to get cool stuff done, fast. So if you want a once-in-lifetime opportunity to put your career in the fast lane, we want to talk to you.
Benefits and Perks
We've got the stuff you'd expect from a great company, like a competitive salary, unlimited vacation time, and standing desk options. But we've also got some fun perks like big parties for milestones, free soda and coffee, and occasional lunches—and don’t forget to ask us about Beer Cart Fridays. Here's a list:
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Constant Contact®, Inc. began as Roving Software in 1995. The goal was to develop an affordable, easy-to-use email marketing tool for small businesses to build successful, lasting customer relationships. With Constant Contact, small organizations can communicate with current customers and members easily and affordably, build loyalty, and generate repeat business.
Constant Contact has since grown from a small start-up to the leading provider of email marketing and online survey tools for small businesses, associations, and nonprofits by focusing on our customers’ satisfaction and needs with helpful, personal coaching. In 2004, we changed our name from Roving Software to Constant Contact, leveraging the success of the service and brand. In October 2007, Constant Contact completed its initial public offering and shares of its common stock began trading on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol CTCT.
Today, more than 600,000 customers worldwide from all types of small businesses and organizations—from retail, restaurants, and spas to business services, consultants, nonprofits, and associations—use Constant Contact for email marketing, event marketing, online surveys, social media marketing, local deals and online listings management.
Constant Contact named one of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™.
Constant Contact named one of the 100 Small Business Influencer 2011 Champions
Stevie Award for “Best Overall Company of the Year” at the 2011 American Business Awards.
The Business Journals named Constant Contact the seventh-ranked business-to-business brand in the United States.
Winner of Best in Biz Awards for “Best Overall Company of the Year”
Spamhaus Block List honored Constant Contact with a Spamhaus Whitehat Network Silver Award for the company’s work in compliance and for limiting email spam with its customers.
SCORE’s 2011 Lou CampanelliAward given to Gail Goodman.
The Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange inducted Gail Goodman into its MITX Innovation Hall of Fame.
The Boston Globeselected Gail Goodman as one of the top 30 innovators in Massachusetts in 2011.
Boston Business Journal’s “Power 50” list of most influential Bostonians included Gail Goodman.
Boston Business Journal’s “Top 100 Women Led Businesses” included Constant Contact at number 11.
CIO Magazine’s 25th Annual CIO 100 Awards
Steve Awards for Sales & Customer Service 2012.
BtoBSocial Media Marketing Awards
The Communicator Awards- Award of Excellence, website category for Quickstarter
Globe 100 (Top Performing Public Companies in Massachusetts), The Boston Globe, 2012
Globe 100 Rankings, The Boston Globe, 2013
Most Admired Technology Company in Massachusetts, Boston Business Journal, 2013
Best New Product of the Year (SMB), Gold, Best in Biz Awards, 2014
The Stevies: American Business Awards
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The Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service
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I have been working at Constant Contact full-time (More than 5 years)
Benefits are great, room to grow, lessons are learned quickly.
We make it fun here. I love all of my co workers.
Change is hard. Some have a hard time adjusting to it. One bad apple can ruin the bunch.
Advice to Management
Keep it positive, share successes, focus on helping people adapt.
The process took a week. I interviewed at Constant Contact (Waltham, MA).
The phone screen seemed more like they're were laying down details about the position and trying to set a time for the in person interview rather than your standard 'getting to know you/chance to ask questions' call. On the day of, I shadowed a person who's in the role I was applying for as he did calls. The culture is work hard play hard - something I have no issue with. My grievance here was their unprofessionalism. I was told that I would be contacted within 24 hours for a role starting the week following and they ghosted me. I've followed up for feedback and and got the silent treatment in return. I recommend a friend to the role before interviewing and they also got the same treatment. it reflects very poorly on the recruiting team.