Angie's List's new CEO, Scott Durchslag, is not yet ready to give his company's performance a glowing review. There is room for improvement, he noted Tuesday, saying that he is not satisfied with the company's tiered pricing strategy.
"The key is definitely going to be revenue growth. That's going to get to pricing and our offer that we make to consumers, as well as how we interact with service providers," Durchslag told CNBC's "Closing Bell" Tuesday.
Angie's List shares dropped more than 12 percent after the company reported weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday morning. Despite this earnings miss, the consumer-review site marked a number of major milestones for the company in 2015, including the first profitable year in its history.