Mission: WordStream's Core Purpose - Bringing the Power of Online Marketing to Businesses of All Sizes
WordStream is a SaaS company and the preeminent thought leader in the world of Pay-Per-Click (PPC) marketing. We develop online advertising software and provide managed services to help small businesses and agencies grow through paid search and paid social.
Founded in 2007, WordStream has evolved from a simple keyword tool into the premier solution for businesses using Google AdWords, Facebook Advertising, or Bing Ads. Our cloud-based software is constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of our customers, and the results speak for themselves: more web traffic, higher-quality leads, and increased profits, every day.
We offer a high-energy, innovative work environment where individual contributions are valued and rewarded. Our new offices, located in the Prudential Mall, are sleek and modern; our open workspace lends itself to cross-departmental collaboration and industry-shaping innovation.
WordStream is building a world-class product and an enviable workplace culture. We reward our team members with a positive environment, competitive pay, great benefits, and ample opportunities for career advancement.
Do you have the right stuff?
Are you smart, flexible, creative, and quick on your feet? Are you a visual designer with an affinity for finely-coiffed display ads? A sales rep who can close a deal with a look? A customer service savant who’d sooner go blind than see a service request go unresolved? WordStream is the place for you! We’ve fostered a culture of excellence since our inception in 2007. If you think you have the right stuff, we’d love to hear from you!
Where we rank
For the past three years, Boston Business Journal has ranked WordStream as one of the top places to work in Massachusetts among other companies of its size. We’re the proud recipient of multiple awards from MITX, and we've also been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Private Companies. This year, the Boston Globe named us the #30 Top Place to Work among medium-sized businesses. We just keep expanding, and the accolades just keep coming.
No, we’re not just cooking up leads and conversions. Our office at 101 Huntington Ave—a state-of-the-art Back Bay skyrise—is replete with all the bells and whistles of a rapidly growing startup. The most renown among our employees? Fresh cold-brew coffee on tap. To say nothing of the ping pong table, the snacks, the gaming consoles… We give our employees the same world-class treatment we give our customers.
A culture of winning together
Our employees are friends as much as colleagues. Nary a week goes by without an event or two drawing together WordStream-ers of all teams. From Summer softball, to ice hockey, to bar crawls, to game night—we tackle out-of-office competition with the same voracity with which we close deals and solve technical problems. Ours is a culture of winning. But more importantly, it’s a culture of winning together.
Big Company Benefits with Small Company Perks
We offer the best combination of big- and small-company benefits.
When you pair our vibrant culture with our commitment to employee satisfaction, the result is a dynamic and productive work environment.
WordStream is rapidly growing and it’s important that the community in which we live and work doesn’t get left behind. We devote time and effort to the causes close to our hearts and we work to foster the kind of teamwork and spirit needed to make a real impact.
From donating food and toys during the holidays, to raising money and awareness for select foundations, to scooping bottomless ice cream for the Jimmy Fund—WordStream is constantly seeking ways to influence change within our community.
I worked at WordStream full-time
Exciting and fast paced environment. Transparent and communicative management.
Can be a little hectic at times and many business/organizational processes aren't that developed or well documented.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at WordStream (Boston, MA) in August 2015.
I applied online and was contacted by email to set up a phone screen interview. After the initial screening, another interview was arranged with a manager. It went great, he seemed impressed by my initiative. He told me he would contact me again for further interviews, but did not follow through on this or answer my subsequent emails touching base.