DigitalMarketer Overview

  • www.digitalmarketer.com
  • Austin, TX
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2011
  • Company - Private
  • Education Training Services
  • $10 to $25 million (USD)

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We're DigitalMarketer, a research, training and certification company based in Austin, TX that focuses on sharing what’s new and what’s actually working in digital marketing with small businesses, agencies and marketing professionals. With tens of thousands of customers all ...
Mission: Our mission is simple: We want to help double the size of 10,000 small businesses, and we believe the best way to do that is to train a new breed of digital marketing professions so they’re able to leverage modern distribution channels to generate additional leads and sales for ...

DigitalMarketer Reviews

4.5
74%
Recommend to a Friend
84%
Approve of CEO
Ryan Deiss
Ryan Deiss
16 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee

"Love working here"

Apr 11, 2021 - Customer Care Specialist

Pros

Great colleagues. The team is really supportive and easy to collaborate with.

Cons

The company is going through growing pains and there's a lot of change and company re-orgs while leadership figures things out.
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Diversity & Inclusion at DigitalMarketer

4.1
(9 Reviews)

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DigitalMarketer Interviews

Experience
Positive71%
Negative29%
Getting an Interview
Applied online86%
In Person14%
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  1. Staff Writer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at DigitalMarketer (Austin, TX) in Feb 2020

    Interview

    There is a phone screening, then an in-person interview, then a writing assignment, then another interview.

    I only made it to the first in-person interview, but here's the thing. At the end of my interview, they legitimately told me that I would be sent the writing assignment the next week. That sounds like I've made it to the next step, right? Well, I waited for an entire week and heard nothing.

    I then get a positive email a week later, just before the weekend telling me to hold on just a little while longer to hear about next steps. Does that sound like someone who is telling you to wait for a phone call about not getting the job? I sent it to everyone I know, and they all agreed it would be a super weird thing to do if you weren't moving forward with the process.

    I waited a weekend and two more weekdays to hear about those next steps. I finally got a phone call informing me that I was not moving on.... Better yet, the reason that they decided not to go with me is because they "can tell that I have a passion for something else," something that I told them, over and over again, was not something I wanted to do with my life. It isn't. They basically broke my heart and told me to go do something that I am vehemently against doing.

    It tears me up to write this review, but I feel a bit broken by this entire process. This job would have been everything to me. It was everything that I wanted in a career, and they kept stringing me along for weeks, only to tell me that it's NOT my dream job as if they know me more than I know myself.

    If you apply for a job here, I would just say to be prepared to waste a significant amount of your time waiting for anyone there to communicate with you. They are all very kind people, and it seems like a great place to work I just think they need to work on the interview process and possibly not misleading their candidates.
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    Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

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