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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.

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Laura Roeder
4 Ratings
  • "Cares about people"

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee


    edgar cares about their employees. everyone works remotely and is fully supported to stay engaged with the company.


    a bit slow when a change in direction is needed.

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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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    Online Ad Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Diego, CA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at MeetEdgar (San Diego, CA) in April 2015.


    Applied online via their website. Got a callback two weeks later for in-person interview #1. Interview was an hour long. Got a callback the next day for interview #2, which was also an hour long with a different person. Got a callback in a few days for interview #3, which was an hour long with yet another person.

    They then asked me to complete a project for them to demonstrate my skills, and said they would compensate me for the time spent. I created a proposal for the project, which they accepted. I submitted daily reports during the week-long project, and submitted a comprehensive final report upon completion. I noticed during the project they had taken some of my advice and methodologies and applied to to their current business.

    Then we had an hour-long group panel interview to discuss the results of my project. They had the owner on the call without previously mentioning it. Got a message later that day to have an interview with the owner 1:1. Owner then rescheduled meeting for a different time on the same day.

    Received some detailed follow up questions from owner about my methodologies and reporting, which I answered. Later that day, I tried to dial owner at appointed time for interview but no answer. Got an email five minutes past our interview time from the owner stating they didn't want to waste any more of my time and had decided not to move forward internally, so not getting on the call. Received follow up from a different employee who compensated me for time spent on the project.

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    • How would you use a $1k budget to further our goals? How would you use a $10k budget to further our goals?   Answer Question
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