YP is Hiring!
YP is North America's largest local search, media and advertising company. Digital properties include YP.com, which is ranked as a top 40 U.S. website (by traffic) and the YP℠ mobile app which has reached a top 10 ranking in iTunes & the Google Play Store.
Mission: Helping local businesses and communities grow.
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YP is a group of Doers who help local businesses and communities grow which is proven by our Top 40 U.S. web and mobile property and the fact we are used by 70 million unique visitors each month. Our people are the reason we are a Top 200 private company (Forbes) and the #2 in mobile advertising nationwide (IDC).
Don't take our word for it, here are what a few past and present employees are saying on various review sites:
- “Lots of talented people to work with and learn from….”
- “The work life balance is great”
- “Flexible environment and competitive salary/benefits”
- “You work with smart people….some of the best you will see”
- "Benefits are wonderful, people are super nice and the work environment is awesome"
Plus, did you see the picture above? We have superpowers!
This is the employer's chance to tell you why you should work for them. The information provided is from their perspective.
Employees say it's “OK” 397 ratings
55% of the CEO 189 ratings
Current Senior Software Engineer in Glendale, CA
Pros: I get paid generously, I learn new stuff almost daily and I am surrounded by awesome friends. There is a strong culture of continuous learning across the company and people help each other to get better at what they do. – Full Review
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Accepted Offer – Reviewed last week New
Interview Details – Nice interview based on more technical questions about AdWords and less extensional questions. Questions about paid search not that difficult but good answers are expected. Nice casual interview, that was more like a long conversion about Adwords and YP in general. – Full Interview
How would you raise the CTR of a poor performing adgroup. – Answer Question
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