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comScore knows the score when it comes to measuring online audience behavior. The company provides data, analysis, and consultancy to some 1,200 clients looking to fortify their marketing, sales, and trading initiatives. Its global panel of more than 2 million Internet users measures and tracks consumer behaviors, demographics, and advertising responsiveness for clients in such industries as travel, pharmaceuticals, finance, and telecommunications. Branded products include comScore's Media Metrix suite of website and online advertising network measurement tools and...
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Apr 2010 – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The hiring process took longer than I initially expected, but it all worked out well. The culture is pretty laid back and everyone is generally nice; always willing to lend a hand. The office snacks are healthy.
Cons- No cool restaurants around the office area. – Full Interview
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