We're Looking for More Socketeers!


Wanna be a Socketeer? 
 
We're looking for more great people to join our team. Yesterday, these guys went out to the Part-Time Job Fair at Mizzou to recruit local students for customer service and technical support positions.
 
A variety of other positions are available as well. Think you have what it takes to be our next business sales representative? Or maybe a sales engineer?
 
Check out our available positions and apply online at www.socket.net/careers.
 
Or, find out why Inside Columbia's CEO magazine named us one of the Best Places to Work in Columbia.
 

A Morning With the Capitol City Postal Customer Council


If you've ever received a postcard or letter from Socket at your home or business, you're probably aware that direct mail is one of the ways we spread the word about our services to potential customers.
 
Today, Allie Schomaker from Socket's marketing department will be speaking to the Capitol City Postal Customer Council (PCC) in Jefferson City about why we use direct mail to reach new customers, what goes into a campaign and how we measure results to make sure we're seeing a return on our investment.
 
We're looking forward to the event (we were also told there would be hamburgers and hot dogs).
 
The PCC aims to connect representatives of the U.S. Postal Service with businesses who use mail services to reach new or existing customers. To learn more about the Capitol City PCC, visit www.capitolcitypcc.com
 

Who is Socket

Founded in 1994, Socket is a Missouri-based telephone and Internet service provider with the largest service area in the state.

Socket is a privately held company that provides families and businesses a choice for local and long-distance phone and Internet service. We combine the highest quality customer service with in-depth technical knowledge.

Our network serves more than 20,000 residents and businesses in more than 400 Missouri cities, and our customers enjoy simple billing and quick, friendly service.
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