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13 days ago

HR Generalist and New York Site Leader

Yodle New York, NY

run the full spectrum of employee and business partnership and include championing values & culture; managing all employees relations; local state… Yodle


14 days ago

Customer Success Manager for Yodle for Brand Networks

Yodle New York, NY

• Define the Customer Success function and develop a cross-functional plan that increases customer loyalty, commitment, and excitement. Effectively… Yodle


19 days ago

Vice President of Product Management

Yodle New York, NY

Yodle’s biggest growing competitive advantage comes from the scale of its customers’ performance data across multiple industries. Yodle is ranked… Yodle


21 days ago

Visual Designer

Yodle New York, NY

Strong Visual Designers think not only about the way things look, but also how they work. In the case of designing a web application, they understand… Yodle


2 days ago

Senior Product Marketing Manager – new

Yodle New York, NY

include, supporting the development of vertical market segment strategies and lead the day-to-day execution of segment based offerings. Create strong… Yodle


15 days ago

Head of SEC Reporting

Yodle New York, NY

• Preparation of quarterly financial statements, 10-K and 10-Q • Implementation of US GAAP reporting requirements to various… Yodle


7 days ago

Sales Director, Yodle for Brand Networks

Yodle New York, NY

• On boarding customers by effectively managing a 6-9 month initial sales cycles • Leading customer relationship and tasked with growth of accounts… Yodle


3 days ago

Director of Content Marketing – new

Yodle New York, NY

• Own creation and execution of overall content strategy from identification of input needed to create content, co-ordination of collection of input… Yodle


13 days ago

Sales Representative

Yodle New York, NY

• Conduct 80-125 outbound sales calls per day to small and medium-sized businesses owners to offer Yodle products such as SEO, PPC, etc. • Using a… Yodle


20 days ago

Compensation Manager

Yodle New York, NY

s, conducts job evaluation and salary surveys, establishes salary structures, develops salary budgets and prepares best practices/policies and… Yodle


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    The Only Review You Need to Read About The Marketing Consultant Position

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    Current Employee - Marketing Consultant  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Marketing Consultant in New York, NY

    I have been working at Yodle full-time

    Pros

    -Great people who are easy to work with and laid back atmosphere
    -ENTRY LEVEL "account management"
    -Best for those who are new the job market, not for those with experience
    -Snacks are free, if you're into that kinda thing
    -Benefits and 401k available
    -Easy dress code
    -You work 9-6 M-F and that's it

    Cons

    -Micromanagement of day to day activities include logging how much time you are at your desk (make sure you log when you use the restroom!), logging and recording every call you make, and make sure you attempt it multiple times, monitoring how many hours a day you spend on the phone
    -You read a script. for everything. Or as management says "hit on the points"
    -You have to manage expectations of local businesses who were on a high pressure sales call, who probably should not have been sold in the first place, and have no understanding of what internet is.
    -Rather than managing your book as how you see fit, you are measured on if you can connect via phone with clients on predetermined check points in their account, and if they use the product sold to them, not overall success for their program because the entire product is canned, and you spit out what "analysts" tell you to
    -Young employees in sales and service; which is fine if you are young and into bumping techno whilst working
    -You will learn NOTHING about internet marketing, as this role is objection handling. You actually could learn more by just researching on your own.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Let you employees manage their book as fit and don't micromanage. It's a call center, so either treat it as such when you hire, or don't look to hire college grads. Anyone can read from a script, and end with "How was the service I provided you today?"

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