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3 days ago

Acquisition Marketing Manager – new

Yodle New York, NY

More specifically, you’ll play an integral role in helping us bring our products to market by planning and executing marketing initiatives and… Yodle

3 days ago

Marketing Coordinator – new

Yodle New York, NY

• Assist the marketing team in planning and execution of its multi-channel marketing efforts • Handling logistics for our marketing programs and… Yodle

4 days ago

Content Marketing Specialist

Yodle New York, NY

• Manage, organize and post all content for the Yodle Insights blog according to a master editorial calendar • Assist in the production of curated… Yodle

7 days ago

Application Support Lead

Yodle New York, NY

• Day-to-day management of application specialist team activities, including; staff coordination, customer expectation management, issue evaluation… Yodle

10 days ago

Senior Network Engineer

Yodle New York, NY

• Manage Yodle's corporate and production IP network: Corporate LAN/WAN, Wireless, VoIP, Data Center and Cloud Interconnectivity • Work closely… Yodle

8 days ago

VP, Lighthouse Product Management

Yodle New York, NY

• We believe in the philosophy of product managers as CEOs of their respective products. Your team’s primary responsibility will be for the overall… Yodle

8 days ago

Staff Accountant

Yodle New York, NY

• Assist Payroll Manager in payroll processing (comprises approximately 40% of work) • Review and enter employees’ Travel & Entertainment expense… Yodle

8 days ago

Senior Accountant

Yodle New York, NY

• Enhance Accounting operations by optimizing our instance of Great Plains • Calculate and record activity in the General Ledger on a monthly basis… Yodle

9 days ago

Senior Product Manager

Yodle New York, NY

More specifically, we are currently seeking a Senior Product Manager for one of our emerging business units, called Lighthouse. This candidate will… Yodle

24 days ago

Production Designer

Yodle New York, NY

Production Designers play an important role on our User Experience (UX) team, by providing production/ design expertise to internal stakeholders… Yodle

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    Ehhh...depends on your need, values and specific talents.

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    Current Employee - Marketing in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Marketing in New York, NY
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    I have been working at Yodle full-time


    It's easy to get a job at Yodle and they give you some free stuff like sodas and snacks. If you're a hustler and you can sell, you can make some money. You will meet some really stand-up co-workers who may become good friends. My team at Yodle was full of some class act cats who I really enjoyed hanging out with outside of work, BUT a large part of the camaraderie was built over our dissatisfaction with the company.


    The problem with Yodle is that it is a big company trying to be an even bigger company. They're mostly concerned with figuring out the one-size-fits-all way of serving customers and creating jobs that simply require interchangeable parts (aka people). They are always trying to figure out and improve "best practices" rather than realize that each business is unique and certain ways of advertising or ad creation or whatever else are good for one business but not for another. If you are a small business owner, you're better off learning as much as possible about online advertising and doing it yourself, hiring some savvy kid freelancer online through Elance or at least looking for a local web design and online marketing company. Yodle does not a give a damn about your company, be sure of that. What they want is to build a big business and go public so those with an equity stake can make a bunch of money. My prediction....sure eventually they will probably go public, but I think there's a big chance they won't. Ultimately, there's a fair amount of justice in the world and these guys don't realize that caring about customers and doing the right thing is actually the best way to do business. It's not a terrible place to work, but it's very corporate while trying to seem cool and trendy...which, to me, just reeks of dishonesty. There is no honor to be found anywhere in the Yodle culture. If you think I sound foolish, read Henry V's St. Crispin's Day speech from Shakespeare's Henry V. Honor is important. At the end of the day, it may be all you have.

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