Challenging Work.

Every job you take is a chance to do the best work of your life. We'd love to be a part of it.


We simplify, automate, and monetize online entertainment.

Put simpler?

We hack massive audiences.


visitors per month


Ad impressions per month


who make it all happen

We sit down at our computers every day excited to create systems, processes, spreadsheets, ad sets, quizzes, conversations, etc. that are so effective millions of people will say to themselves today,

“Yeah, I think I’m gonna click on that.”

It's inspiring. It’s interesting. And, let's be honest, it's just plain fun.

No matter their role on the team, everyone’s focus comes down to improving clearly defined metrics that will optimize these two brands…

Our (non)offices

Though our de facto hub is Los Angeles, where about half the team is located, Brainjolt is a fully distributed team.

Our team may work from anywhere in the world. We just have a few shared expectations:

They’re in a distraction-free zone. If that’s home, groovy. If not, we pay for a coworking space. It’s up to our people to choose their best environment for inspiration + productivity.

They commit to core hours — 10am-2pm PST. This is the window when we’re all “on” across time zones.

They put in 8+ hours a day. Our work is measured by results, but the expectation is still an 8-9 hour work day with reasonable breaks.

They set aside time to meet up. Several times throughout the year we meet for in-person meetups to pulse, plan, and plot the next course together. Travel and expenses are covered. We give as much advance notice as possible.

How we work

We can summarize Brainjolt in just 5 words. Our core values, if you will...


Stop! Don’t go with your first idea. Get some more. Give your brain more to work with.


Okay, “imitate,” if “copy” makes you uncomfortable. Point is, others have gone before us. Let’s learn from them.


You’ve thought. You’ve found someone to emulate. Now put your twist on it. Be clever. Make it better, faster, cheaper…


Does your idea hold up? Let’s prove it. Let the data be the decision-maker.


We’ve thought, we’ve copied, we’ve hacked, and we’ve tested. Everything holds up? Let’s get it out the door, then. We have till Tuesday at sunrise.

(Yes, our company values are basically just a to-do list. We're very practical around here.)