With the Web Design Industry slated to grow by 3.1% this year ($40.8bn) and a continued push by SMBs to ensure their online presence is keeping up with their customer’s demand, we are looking for a motivated, energetic & dynamic individual to join our team of Small Business Consultants. Your mission is to help our customers establish their business online through clear to call to actions and marketing. Our Small Business Consultant Team speaks with thousands of small businesses that rely on us to help them be successful every day. In this position, we have the opportunity to make an impact on every interaction we have. Join our award-winning sales team in chasing a multi-billion dollar market opportunity, all while jumpstarting your career in a fun, fast-paced environment.

What's in it for you?

  • Exceed your goals and earn a completely uncapped commission!
  • Earn a seat in our President’s Club and win a tropical vacation! (Or something equivalent depending on circumstances)
  • Launch your career – we had close to 300 internal promotions company-wide last year!
  • Speak to thousands of small business owners who are passionate about what they do and provide ways for them to improve.
  • An amazing corporate culture!
  • Coaching - we are a team and everyone is expected to provide and receive coaching.  We don’t expect everyone to be an expert at everything but expect everyone to help one another out.

What you'll do:

  • Our team of outbound sales agents reach out to customers who have inquired about our products or services online or through our support team.
  • Build a relationship with our customers that allows us to understand their goals and vision.
  • Understand current gaps in customers online presence strategy through routine discovery.
  • Receive hundreds of qualified leads every month from inbound lead passes, emails and website inquiries. 
  • Manage an ongoing pipeline of customers to deliver revenue consistently at or above sales quota level
  • Educate our customers on the benefits of search engine optimization, pay per click advertising and social media marketing.
  • Operate and thrive within a fast-paced sales environment using multiple systems including but not limited to internal CRMs, SalesForce, and other systems
  • Partner with the other members of our team and help find creative new ways to drive performance

About YOU:

  • You’ve had a few years (2-5 ideal) of sales experience under your belt where you’ve consistently achieved and/or exceeded goals
  • You’re a competitive person with a drive to win and help others win too
  • You’re a self-starter with a strong business acumen to think on your feet creatively to solve customer’s needs
  • You’re flexible, a master at juggling and prioritizing multiple deliverables
  • You have an eagerness to learn, a high-performance work ethic, and a great sense of humor

When you join our team, we offer the following benefits…

  • Work from home until at least June 1
  • Six weeks of paid training and development 
  • A fun, high energy and challenging work environment.
  • Team building activities and recognition.
  • Medical, dental and vision plans. Eligible within the first 30-days!!
  • Excellent 401(k) matching program.
  • Four weeks paid time off.
  • Discount at gym inside facilities 
  • On-site Cafe 

Learn more about our team:

We’re all about winning. We work hard as individuals, celebrate our successes as a team and have a lot of fun along the way. It's a fast-paced and collaborative environment where coaching, developing and winning is a true priority. It’s a place where you can be passionate about what you do and get substantially rewarded for your hard work and perseverance.

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