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Influence & Co. Overview

Columbia, MO
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Influence & Co. helps companies interact with their audiences on a human level to accomplish their business goals through engaging content.

We’re a fast-growing content marketing agency headquartered in Columbia, Mo., with remote ... Read more

Mission: Influence & Co.’s mission is to endlessly improve the way content is crafted and distributed. We’re technology-fueled content creators who push the boundaries of what can be achieved for clients and readers alike.

Influence & Co. Reviews

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    I have been working at Influence & Co. full-time


    Great people, creative environment, flexible environment


    Fast paced and small growing pains

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Influence & Co. Photos

Influence & Co. photo of: The Influence & Co. team at our annual company retreat. Such a great team bonding event!
Influence & Co. photo of: We were so honored to be nominated by the Columbia Business Times' in their Top of the Town Awards (and to get to ride in the parade)!
Influence & Co. photo of: Our marketing team at Inbound 2015!
Influence & Co. photo of: Two of our leaders were nominated as Emerging Business Woman of the Year by the Columbia Daily Tribune.
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Influence & Co. Interviews



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    Content Strategist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Saint Louis, MO
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    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Influence & Co. (Saint Louis, MO).


    I had applied for an editorial position online. A couple of days later, an HR person emailed me to say that I was overqualified for that position but that a different position better fitting my lengthy background likely would open soon and that I should apply again. That position opened a week or two later, and the HR person emailed me about it. I formally applied and the HR person emailed with a request to talk about my background further. I was out of town but we arranged to talk by phone within a few days. At the appointed time, I called her and we spoke for about a half hour about my accomplishments, the company's needs, the editorial process and more. She said that because the company and team were young, they could use someone with my experience and leadership. She said that I was a shoo-in and that she'd set up an immediate appointment to speak with a manager and one of the company's founders for when I returned home. She said she'd be in contact within the next week. But a week went by with no contact, so I emailed her to ask if she needed anything further from me. I did the same after another week, and then another. Eventually, I decided that they weren't interested. It was all incredibly frustrating.

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Influence & Co. Awards & Accolades

  • America's 100 Most Promising Companies,, 2014
  • Best Marketing and Advertising Company, Empact, 2014
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