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It's a great time to be in digital marketing, especially if you are part of Business.com
CARLSBAD, Calif., July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Carlsbad-based Business.com has been named one of the Best Places to Work for the third consecutive year by its employees and the San Diego Business Journal, based on the company's culture, management and benefits (Tweet this).
In an anonymous internal survey taken this past quarter, 98% of employees said they would recommend Business.com as a place to work. Further, the survey found more employees are engaged with 85% of employees who said they have a solid understanding on the Business.com strategy and where the company is going. In the feedback section, one Business.com employee wrote, "The product is constantly improving, the overall morale is high and people seem engaged as a whole. It's a good time to be at Business.com." In the same survey, another employee wrote, "I believe that in breaking down the silos in the company, and the frequent town halls, I'm able to open the doors to offices of people I normally would never approach and found they are very welcoming."
"From a culture standpoint, we've radically transformed our company by flattening our management structure and redefining our culture to focus on customers," says Tony Uphoff, CEO. Along with the benefits of a free gym membership, days off to volunteer, happy hours, quarterly social events and healthy snacks and drinks throughout the day, Business.com praises an honest and transparent environment that is adaptable and flexible, supportive with a sense of urgency and passion.
"In just a couple of years, we've moved from a single product offering to a multi-product platform and become smarter about using data to guide our business," says Uphoff. "Our product and process expansion along with hiring the right people has been key to our performance. In just a few short weeks, we will achieve our greatest transformation yet affectionately dubbed The Kraken, which is the code name for the next generation of our site and platform."
Business.com was founded in 1999 as the leading search engine for small business and corporate information. Nearly one year ago today, Business.com created a new business strategy, shifting the business to focus on the audience and move from a rented to owned audience model. Today, with the launch of the Kraken, Business.com takes contextual, intention-based marketing to the next level by delivering a series of marketing solutions engineered to make digital marketing easy, from awareness to engagement and lead nurturing through to a sale.
For more information on the Best Places to Work in San Diego, visit www.BestPlacesToWorkSD.com.
Business.com Media, Inc. helps over 30 million executives in growing businesses each year to acquire the knowledge, products and services they need to run and grow their business. Its suite of performance marketing products services contextual advertising at every stage of the buyers journey driving over half a million purchases for its 10,000+ advertising customers.
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