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Updated Jun 30, 2014

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Software Developer Interview

Software Developer
New York, NY

I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Yodle in December 2012.

Interview Details – I applied online. They gave an option of two coding problems to solve. I chose the more difficult one and submitted my resume with my solution. I was contacted the next day and they set up a phone interview. Be advised that the first phone interview will also contain the tech screen. So it will start off with the standard discussion of your background. Then, you are asked some basic tech questions (can you implement a map function with an array?). The entire call took about a half hour.

Interview Question – What is your favorite programming language? What feature would you like to see added to this language?   Answer Question

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Sales Representative Interview

Sales Representative
Austin, TX

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Yodle in August 2012.

Interview Details – Received a phone call that had some preliminary interview questions. Then was asked to come in for a formal 1 on 1 interview and short demonstration of product. Typical interview questions and very short interview. Wasn't too interested in a cold calling position so did not follow up after interview. I received an email about 2 weeks later saying they were moving forward with other candidates.

Interview Question – Name a time when you purposefully did not follow directions from your supervisor and why?   Answer Question

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Database Analyst Interview

Database Analyst
Austin, TX

The process took 1 week - interviewed at Yodle in June 2012.

Interview Details – I had a pre-screening call. Followed by which I had a technical phone interview. The last round was supposed to be 1:1 interview. But unfortunately I couldn't get through the technical interview.

Interview Question – Logical question involving cards   View Answer

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Software Developer Interview

Software Developer
New York, NY

I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at Yodle in December 2011.

Interview Details – I got an email and I scheduled a call for a company introduction and some technical questions. The questions were ok and involved some knowledge of OO programming and data structures.

Interview Question – What's the difference between heap and stack?   Answer Question

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Inside Sales Interview

Inside Sales
New York, NY

The process took 3 days - interviewed at Yodle in November 2011.

Interview Details – The interviewers were not available during the scheduled time. I shadowed an employee for about an hour waiting for management to be available. During that time I was able to determine if I would be a fit or not, also dictated the rest of the interview process. If you are interested in being in a room full of people cold calling and hounding businesses for a quick sale then this would be for you. After you make a sale it gets passed on so there is no availability for upselling your clients. You have to meet your numbers and can not draw on relationships you have already made.

Interview Question – What makes you a sales person?   Answer Question

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Sales Development Representative Interview

Sales Development Representative
Austin, TX

I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Yodle in November 2011.

Interview Details – Yodle was hiring big time. They had an open house coming up and I was going to go to it but I decided to apply online first. A recruiter contacted me and we talked a little bit about the position. She invited me to come in to meet with her. I went to the in person interview: They had me listen to a current rep call people. (The job is straight up cold calling all day long.) He was a nice guy but its a very loud work environment. Every time they make a sale the ring this gong. Anyway after listening with him I meet with the recruiter. We had an ok..conversation. She invited me back the next day to meet with the hiring manger. The next day I meet with the hiring manger. He was a cool guy laid back. There wasn't too much to the interview just in general questions and information. He didn't seem too excited about what he was doing. They sent me an e-mail like a week later saying they weren't going to move forward with me. I was kind of like whatever. I don't think it was the right job for me.

Interview Question – How did you hear about Yodle?   Answer Question

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Organic Associate Interview

Organic Associate
Scottsdale, AZ

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Yodle in September 2011.

Interview Details – I was really excited about the interview. I first had a phone interview with someone from recruiting in New York. She was super friendly and asked many situational questions. I thought it went well, and she set up an interview for me to go into the Scottsdale office to meet with three people. I went in and was kept waiting for a while. The office seemed fun- they had games set up and seemed like mostly young people. I was interviewed by three people, only one was the manager of the dept I'd be working in so I didnt get why I spoke to the others. The others didn't even know what to ask me and it was a little strange. The manager have me his number and told me to reach out if I had any questions and said he wanted to move on it quickly and I'd hear back in the next few days. Well a couple weeks went by and I heard nothing. Finally after 2 weeks, I received an email saying they were interested in other candidates.

Interview Question – How do you work in a team environment?   Answer Question

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Sales Representative Interview

Sales Representative
New York, NY

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Yodle in September 2011.

Interview Details – I traveled down to NYC to have a 1 on 1 interview after speaking with one of their recruiters over the phone. My interview lasted only about 10 minutes and was a complete waste of my time. I have a background in sales and marketing and I was asked which area I would rather work in and replied that I'd be willing to throw my hand into either one because I have experience in both. Apparently they'd like you to have your heart set on one item. How can a recent graduate find what he really wants if not given the opportunity to experience both? Shortly after answering that questions the interview was over. Definitely not a company I'd want to work for if you're open to learning different processes.

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Sales Representative Interview

Sales Representative
New York, NY

The process took 4 days - interviewed at Yodle in October 2011.

Interview Details – I submitted my resume on Sunday night. I received a call from a women in the Scottsdale office Tuesday the call lasted about 2o min she asked me a number of questions and told me about the position and pay structure ect. I said I told her I was very interested and she said she wanted to set me up with a interview with the director in the NYC office. She told me to bring at least 2 copies of my resume because I would be meting with one of 2 people if not both .
I arrive at the NYC office i'm left to wait for quite some time. Then a hyperactive fast moving young women comes and takes me back in the elevator up to another floor and in the process tells me the man i'm about to meet with is very nice but "intense". weird
The 1 on 1 interview was beyond strange. And saying the man was intense is a understatement. at times he was leaning over his desk asking me questions like "who is tis guy" speaking of my current employer. After 20 min of what felt like an interrogation he said the same women who contacted me originally would call me the following Monday to let me know the next steps. He did not try and shake my hand after the interview. odd
Friday I received a call from the women and i was surprised because i was not expecting to hear from her till Monday. But she had only called to tell me at this time they were choosing not to go fwd.
I know a few people who have interviewed with this company who are all highly qualified who have also had strange interview experiences with no offers.
It leaves me asking the question why interview so many people if you don't plan to hire any of them?

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Sales Representative Interview

Sales Representative
New York, NY

I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Yodle in August 2011.

Interview Details – Applied online and did not hear from anyone for days. Went to the website and used their contact form to ask the status. Received a call shortly after. Asked me basic things about why I wanted the job, previous work history, and why I was qualified. They setup an interview for me to talk with the Sales Manager in NYC and "possibly" with another person.

Met with the manager and was immediately taken back by how weird he seemed. Kind of robotic and a bit on the cold side. Not sure if that was intentional. I prepared a bunch of questions and he answered them all as if he was feeding me sales lines he had said a million times to his clients. Weird. Interview ended (didn't meet with anyone else) and I was told I would hear from the woman who called me initially.

A week later, didn't hear from anyone. I emailed the woman.

Nothing.

I called and she wasn't available. I left a message.

Called again a few days later and she told me they decided not to go with me. Confused as to why they couldn't just email me this news.

Later on I get a call from Yodle again from a new person. He leaves me a message saying to call him back.

I do. It turns out he found my resume and wants to set me up to meet the manager in NYC... wow. Thanks.

Interview Question – Walk me through your last client interaction. How did you close him?   Answer Question

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