Mission: Our Mission Drives Us
- To enable our clients to drive revenue by providing best-in-class digital marketing solutions
- To maximize the potential, performance and positioning of individual clients through results-driven service philosophy and visionary ...
I have been working at Milestone full-time (More than a year)
I worked here for a while like most of people here, It is a very nice work environment and we have a good vibe at the office, I am talking about Santa Clara, where I am. Teams have good relationships and work good together, you have direct access to senior level for questions about analytics, strategy, SEO, PPC.... You would learn everyday about digital marketing, they really do the best SEO for hospitality industry out there and the work is just nice.... To optimize hotel's websites of all types... from Hawaii to NYC! Really love it!
Of course, the free breakfast, free food and happy hours also help ;-)
Bottom line: I really enjoy working here.
Sometimes workload can be overwhelming and demanding! The company is evolving which is not bad, but they just need to keep it going and do it for real!
Advice to Management
Some upper management is still a little old fashion...
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Milestone (Santa Clara, CA) in January 2018.
This place is WASTE OF TIME! I applied for the project manager role at milestone and got a call from the hiring manager. That went well and next round was the video call with the founder. After that I was called for a 4 hour in person interview. Before the in-person interview I was told there are 2 position - customer success manager and project manager. I very clearly told the hiring manager as well as the founder that I am looking for project role and not customer success. During the in person interviews, people were trying to convince me that I should be doing customer success and not project management. Last in person interview was with the founder and she said that they are looking for a very senior person (8-10 years of experience) for project manager role, whereas the job posting on linkedin said 3-4 years. I got an offer for customer success manager which I declined. Read the company reviews posted by current and former employee. They are true!