- New York, NY
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 2 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2007
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Internet & Web Services
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Degree, Experience, certification, passion, & family to feed. Head of household. No one wants me. Continuous rejections. I know that I am over qualified for the help desk jobs I have applied to just to start working and still cannot get a job. I wish I started a business instead of getting education to be an employee. I pray me and my family do not end up on the streets.
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Everyone is nice and helpful. There will be people knowledgable in certain topics that you't not familiar with, and will guide you along the way. You will have opportunities to work on things that you're not familiar with and it's supportive to know that others will be there to show you the ropes instead of being stuck on it. Being here has helped me grow into a better developer due to the projects I have worked on. There's also fun perks like doordash twice a week.
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The Lifetime Value Co. Interviews
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at The Lifetime Value Co. (United States)
InterviewTypical screening calls with recruiters, team interview, then a take-home challenge, presentation/discussion on the specifics of my challenge document with the team, final call with one of LTV’s founders. HR personnel were in contact through the process and were responsive, transparent, and overall very helpful.
Personally enjoyed the opportunity to demonstrate my experience and acumen via the challenge and completed it in three days during the workweek (after initially requesting a full week because I thought I would some need time over the weekend).
If you approach the take-home assignment with the creative mindset of it being a chance for you to show how you approach researching/ideating, documenting and communicating value opportunities via modern SEO tactics (combined with other aspects of more traditional product management) it really shouldn’t feel overwhelming, and I never felt pressure that there was a right or wrong way to complete it. If the details and scope of the challenge do phase you, it’s obviously designed to simulate aspects of the role itself which I actually felt helped me understand many other functions of the position as a newer hire.
This all said, I’m personally very glad I invested the (again, reasonable) effort to turn in a strong deliverable for the challenge. I was recruited from a very comfortable in-house role with great prospects for advancement but recognized as an applicant and have so far absolutely experienced as an employee that there is something special about LTV. (The Glassdoor reviews don’t lie.)
So to summarize, if you want to do sophisticated, aggressive and impactful SEO product work with highly talented and motivated peers while being totally supported by a very SEO-literate leadership core that will empower you to drive the strategy, the challenge essentially is just your opportunity to prove that you can. The rest of the process moved quickly, and was refreshingly transparent throughout.Interview
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The Lifetime Value Co. Awards & Accolades
- Inc.'s Best Workplaces, Inc. Magazine, 2021
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