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MeetEdgar Overview

Austin, TX
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year


We created Edgar in 2014 so that entrepreneurs, bloggers, and marketers could manage their social media with more consistency and in less time. We have more than 5000 users across the globe, and possibly one on the moon, but we’re pretty sure that guy’s ... Read more

Mission: MeetEdgar’s mission is to empower entrepreneurs while making social media marketing more effective, less time-consuming, and a whole heck of a lot easier.

MeetEdgar Reviews

  • "Easy to work with"

    Former Freelancer - Freelance Copywriter in Brooklyn, NY
    Former Freelancer - Freelance Copywriter in Brooklyn, NY

    I worked at MeetEdgar (Less than a year)


    I wrote over a dozen articles for the blog on various topics, and found their editor really easy to work with. Always paid on time, decent compensation for the work involved, and no micromanagement.

    - Ability to write about Edgar himself (and all of his arms) was a definite plus
    - Clear style guide
    - Clear deadlines


    Short-term project, so there was no room for growth

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MeetEdgar Photos

MeetEdgar photo of: Chowing down on some barbeque on our Spring 2016 retreat
MeetEdgar photo of: Only the brave survive the customer experience team!
MeetEdgar photo of: Escaped the escape room!
MeetEdgar photo of: Edgar is everywhere!
MeetEdgar photo of: Exploring San Diego on our 2015 retreat
MeetEdgar photo of: Community service
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MeetEdgar Interviews



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    Digital Content Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at MeetEdgar.


    Very unprofessional interview and process. I was notified right away to schedule a short video chat to "chat about the role" and "answer any questions I might have about the company." This turned into a full interview, and there was no opportunity to ask questions about the role or the company.

    The interview was given by someone who was only at the company for a few weeks. Huge red flag. The interview was incredibly unprofessional and no follow-up was given at all. They did not tell candidates when or how they would follow up. I sent an email thanking them and asking for next steps and never heard a single word back.

    The whole process is just very unprofessional. If someone gives you an hour of their time to answer your questions, you should follow up with them if they were not chosen for the role. Additionally, if an email says that you will be given a chance to ask questions about the company, that should happen.

    Interview Questions

    • Demanded to know the exact salary candidates wanted in the first interview, because if it was too high it was laughable and if it was too low it was an issue.   1 Answer
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