WordStream Named a Top 20 Place to Work in Boston!


With fun golf outings, a winning softball team, an Xbox in the office, and an endless supply of cold brew, WordStream has once again been named a best place to work in Boston!

Best Place to Work in Boston

Our WordStream Team at the awards ceremony!

While WordStream has its formal perks—great benefits, an unlimited vacation policy, great social outings, and opportunities to volunteer—employees have so many more reasons to love coming to work every day.

We all know the story about how Larry Kim created WordStream in a Panera. We also know how our veterans survived through multiple desk and office moves, putting in long hours for our customers, and sticking with the tradition of recognizing each other for “being great” monthly. Just this year, we hit the huge milestone of 200 employees and moved to an amazing new office in the Prudential Center. We’ve come a long way!

And we couldn’t be prouder.

Last night, we brought home the Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work of 2017 award, coming in at number 20 in the medium-sized business category. We accepted the award with a quick video showing off our WordStream culture.

The Boston Business Journal announced 80 honorees on April 19, which were divided into five different categories based on the size of the business. The companies were selected based on survey responses from employees, which were scored by Quantum Workplace. According to the Boston Business Journal Market President and Publisher, more than 300 companies submitted surveys, and Best Places to Work is considered one of the most competitive programs.

Best Place to Work in Boston

The WordStream softball team [not pictured: free drinks, great music, and celebratory home-run dances]

We’re always looking for awesome, motivated workers to join our team! Check out our jobs page for open positions.

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Jun 26, 2017

Are some of your team ghosts? They appear to be semi transparent, and I'm baffled as to why :)

Elisa Gabbert
Jun 26, 2017

Ha, I wondered the same thing! I think they used a green screen??

Jun 26, 2017

Watched WordStream play last week against an undefeated Right Point team (3-0) with an incredible amount of heart and intensity that led them to a 6-5 win.

Batters 2-5 crushed the ball and really carried the offense while the second baseman made 2 unbelievable diving plays.

This is truly an exciting up team to watch and will continue to rip through this league as long as they continue with timely hitting and great defense.

I'll be there next week in hopes of meeting some of the players and maybe even getting an autograph or two.

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