250 - 500 employees
Public
AdTech
B2B
Enterprise Software / SaaS
Marketing & Sales Tech

WordStream Company Overview

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 Ads, 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.

Search and Social Media Marketing is a $70 billion industry, with more than 10 million businesses currently advertising on AdWords, Facebook, or Bing.

In a few short years WordStream has become an industry leader, serving thousands of clients worldwide – and we are just getting started!

Our award-winning software helps clients experience a phenomenal 65% increase in sales and 9% drop in costs associated with those sales.

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.

Jobs at WordStream

 
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Boston
Please note: This is a Pipeline Requisition only. A member of our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch as soon as this role becomes active. WordStream is hiring dynamic, customer-centric, and passionate marketing individuals, to join our rapidly growing Customer Success Team! We are growing our services team rapidly and are looking for ambitious individuals interested in learning or expanding their search marketing background by rolling up their sleeves and diving in. As a Customer Success Associate, you will drive the success of our clients through successful on-...
Customer Success
Boston
Please note: This is a Pipeline Requisition only. A member of our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch as soon as this role becomes active. Does the idea of helping key decision makers solve real business problems motivate you? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment with fast sales cycles? Are you excited about inbound, qualified leads and unlimited commissions? If you said yes, and you want to be working for a company that values and rewards commitment and effort, lets talk about our Account Executive role! WordStream is excited to...
Sales & Business Development
Boston
Please note: This is a Pipeline Requisition only. A member of our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch as soon as this role becomes active.Wordstream is looking to hire multiple Software Engineers across our suite of products! As a Software Engineer you will work as part of a top-performing team to deliver high-quality search engine marketing SaaS solutions to market. You will be able to work with minimal direction, balance multiple requirements, and coordinate efforts within our Engineering team, Product Management, and QA team in our Headquarters in Boston, MA...
Software Engineering/QA
101 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Love your job and who you work with.  We show up every day to learn, be great, and make our customers successful.

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.

Something’s brewing…

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.   

Tara Castagna WordStream
Tara Castagna
Senior Sales Team Lead
 
What you love about WordStream:

WordStream has given me the opportunity to work with Business Owners all over the world and help them increase their revenue from paid search advertising. Knowing I can help people save money and make more provides instant gratification, and is one of the many reasons I love what I do here.

Favorite Food:

Bacon 100%

Funny Fact:

On my second day of work at WordStream my dad showed up unexpectedly to “make sure the place was real”. I was humiliated.

Blog

November 8, 2019
Twice a year, WordStream invites customers from locations far and wide to join us at a Google office in a major US city to participate in a day of insights, learnings, and deep dives with presentations from WordStreamers, Googlers, and this time, Microsoft Advertising (cue the shock!). For our fall 2019 iteration of WordStream live, we headed to our nation’s capital to host this landmark event. And, just like last year, I’m here to give you the rundown of the day and take you through everyt...
November 6, 2019
I have to confess: Even though I’m correcting punctuation and reviewing sentence structure at work all day, I don’t care when I see a typo in a book. Sure, I might circle it so I remember, but I don’t feel vindicated. If anything, I feel bad. When it’s in a blog post I’ve edited, I’m bummed I made a mistake. But I’d rather content I’ve edited have a missing period or an extra capital letter than have logical flaws or offer questionable value any day. The missing period and extr...
November 7, 2019
It still boggles my mind how many PPC marketers say they have not even tried Quora yet. Yes, more channels may mean more work, but shouldn’t we be doing everything we can to help our clients stay in front of their target audience? Isn’t it always worth it to test out new marketing channels to lower our CPAs? The answer should be “yes” to both of those questions—so why not try Quora? Now, you don’t want to add another channel just for the sake of using another channel. T...
November 5, 2019
I’ve been speaking a lot recently on the benefits of using audiences to their full extent, especially by customizing pixels to create new audiences for users on your website. The biggest benefit is that you can segment audiences into more niche groups and market to them accordingly—as in, based on more than just a site visit in the last 30 days. After all of that, one of the most common follow up questions I get is some version of this: “That’s great, but what do I DO with ...
November 4, 2019
If you are in the construction industry marketing may be the furthest thing from your mind—well, unless you are having trouble booking jobs. Then marketing your business is likely the top thing on your mind. Whether you’re a single-person operation or you have a dedicated construction marketing team, the industry comes with its unique challenges. From the dangers of the job to competing for the larger projects with other companies, it is important to not let your marketing stra...