Mission: We make complex buying decisions easier.
Our strategy is twofold:
Help consumers make more informed decisions before and after making important & complex purchase decisions.
To connect buyers and ...
Shoppers are looking for information that helps them make better purchasing decisions. Marketers are looking for more effective and measurable ways to drive brand awareness and sales. Purch integrates content and commerce into a powerful data-driven platform that makes complex buying decisions easy for customers and delivers exceptional performance to our advertisers.
Purch provides shoppers with relevant information on today’s purchases and tomorrow’s innovations with hundreds of daily articles from respected product reviewers, journalists, and community members. A deep understanding of current trends, consumer needs, and intent ensures that every piece of content on our sites provides great value to marketers and their audiences.
Purch is a rapidly growing, constantly evolving digital content and services company that helps millions of people make smarter purchases. We bring together 350 employees from around the globe who share a commitment to serve our customers with integrity, collaborate to deliver better results, and shape the future of digital publishing.
I have been working at Purch full-time (More than a year)
There isn't much bureaucracy at Purch. Your ideas can be heard as there aren't many barriers to giving product suggestions.
The management being spread across the country isn't ideal. It makes for mixed communication at times.
Advice to Management
Consider focusing on initiatives that directly affect customer loyalty vs revenue growth.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Purch (Plano, TX).
They basically gave me a sample project before I come for the interview. I did it pretty well and it took me 2 to 3 days to complete. I ended up being rejected and they have some free work done. Looks like a strategy to me.
The questions were very vague and not being specific to the technology. Their network was horrible and the video conference was pathetic.
Please think about it, if they ask you to do a sample project.
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