Since 2005, Yodle has grown to over 1,400 employees, and we’re not slowing down. With an innovative and data-driven approach across the business, we deliver an affordable and comprehensive “marketing department-in-a-box” to local businesses across the U.S.
Everyone at Yodle is expected to play an important role in the company’s, and our customers’, overall success. Here, there’s no such thing as slipping through the cracks. We’ve maintained our startup culture for a reason: to create an environment where you can own your ideas and run with them, no matter where you happen to fall on the org chart.
To help local businesses find and keep their customers in the simplest, most profitable ways imaginable. Its success simplified!
We strive to make our work environment a place where everyone wants to be, and offer employees a chance to learn, take risks, stretch skills, and work alongside a team that cares for clients and one another. Yodle encourages all employees to question authority (while doing so respectfully). This cultivates a problem-solving environment where employees frequently surface opportunities for innovation and are recognized for doing so. We also offer a fun workplace with a casual dress code, opportunities to support philanthropic organizations, and team building events.
At Yodle, you have:
* The opportunity to make an impact
* The environment to learn
* The freedom to grow
* The ability to create
To join the hundreds of people who love helping local businesses find and keep their customers, check out our job listings and apply now.
Yodle, a leading local online marketing company that has been included on the Forbes list of most promising companies in America for the last four years, helps local businesses find and keep their customers simply and profitably. Yodle delivers a comprehensive platform that makes online marketing easy, affordable, and transparent for its 50,000+ local business clients. Yodle has customers across 250+ industries, with the largest categories including legal and professional services, dental and medical, and contractor and other home services.
Yodle’s flagship product, Marketing Essentials™, includes a comprehensive desktop, mobile, web and social presence, review and offer management, and email campaign automation. Marketing Essentials can be supplemented with Yodle Ads, Yodle’s proprietary and optimized paid search technology. Also offered by Yodle is Lighthouse 360®, which automates many of our clients’ daily consumer interactions or office routines such as appointment reminders, leading to improved operational efficiency and business results. Additionally, Yodle offers Centermark™, intended to meet the unique marketing challenges of networked businesses helping them to unify, scale, and optimize their local and national strategies.
Yodle was founded in March 2005 by Nathaniel Stevens who, at the time, was managing online marketing for his father’s car dealership in New Haven, CT, while still a student at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. Nathaniel realized that there was a better way for small businesses to connect with consumers than the antiquated techniques business owners were then using.
After winning a business plan competition and gaining some initial funding, Nathaniel teamed up with childhood friends Ben Rubenstein and John Berkowitz, as well as one of his professors at Wharton, Dr. Kartik Hosanagar, and Milind Mehere, to build the business. From humble beginnings – working late into the night out of shared office spaces and cramped apartments – Yodle has gone on to achieve astronomical growth.
Today, Yodle is offering comprehensive, integrated and easy-to-use local online marketing solutions to 50,000+ small businesses across the U.S. Yodle employs 1,300+ talented individuals in five offices – New York, NY; Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Charlotte, NC; and Scottsdale, AZ. This success has happened under the leadership of Court Cunningham who was hired as CEO and the company’s 11th employee in early 2007.
One of the biggest reasons for Yodle's success is the people that work here. Read these Yodle reviews and testimonials from our staff across different departments and offices to learn what they most enjoy about working at the company.
Client Services, Austin
“Yodle really takes care of their employees. They truly believe in a ‘fun place to work’. I feel appreciated and valued here. I look forward to every work day because I know there is recognition for my accomplishments, prizes, free lunches, and on top of that, great pay and benefits!”
Marketing, New York
“I truly value the opportunity to work alongside such intelligent, ambitious and innovative people who push me to work smarter and more creatively every day.”
Client Services, New York
"I've always enjoyed solving problems and pushing the limit of what is possible and Yodle is an excellent environment to express these qualities in. I work with brilliant, encouraging individuals on a daily basis and have the freedom to express myself creatively."
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"What I love most about working at Yodle is the opportunity to provide the best solutions to small business owners for their needs. I literally get to change people's lives every day and have a blast while doing it."
Business Development, New York
"I love working with the incredibly talented and bright individuals here at Yodle. Everyone shares a unified goal of designing products and building solutions to help small businesses succeed. My favorite part of our culture is that everyone at Yodle has a voice and can have an impact on the overall business."
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Sales, New York
"What I love most about Yodle is the commitment from everyone around me. We're all committed to the success of one another, our customers and the company. It's easy to work hard and challenge myself every day when the people around me are doing the same thing."
Client Services, New York
"There is room to grow both personally and professionally at Yodle. There's a lot to do and everyone's input is a valued part of the company moving forward. No egos just hard work, fun and free coffee."
Yodle CEO Court Cunningham talks to Bloomberg TV about the local online marketing space and Yodle’s growth.
Meet the young entrepreneurs who’re ﬁxing the economy and creating jobs. Top Empact-honored job-creator Yodle handles local Internet marketing from its New York City headquarters, and its employee numbers are soaring.
A lot of people go after the small business market, but can’t do it. It’s a hard problem to solve, but Yodle is super metrics-driven. They know the levers of this business.
Yodle has hidden the complexity and minimized the SMB education the sales reps need to do in order to close. Dare I say it . . . but Yodle may have “cracked the code” with its new more integrated product and sales approach.
Yodle CEO Court Cunningham was in town to meet with employees, Scottsdale mayor Jim Lane and the Phoenix Business Journal to discuss the company’s rapid growth since its inception eight years ago. “It was a great conversation with a company that’s on the move and growing,” said Lane. “It’s noted as one of the fastest growing entrepreneurial technology companies in the country.”
Fox covers Yodle’s ribbon cutting ceremony at the company’s new 100,000 square foot space in Austin.
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I have been working at Yodle full-time (Less than a year)
Tons of perks, and work incentives, and holy COW so much money to be made.
It's a job cold-calling, which is not notoriously fun to do.
Advice to Management
Keep being awesome. If you wanted to bump base salary, that'd be pretty cool, but honestly, the commission percentages already rock.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
Found an ad for a sales representative position on Linkedin. Applied on their company website which included submitting a resume; wasn't required to send a cover letter which was great. Received a phone call from a recruiter about a week later and we set up a phone interview. Phone interview was very easy - super laid back, no difficult questions and mostly just information about the position. I was called the next day from the recruiter and we scheduled an in person interview where I would shadow a sales rep then speak with one of the directors of sales. Showed up to the office which was very nice then I was pointed to an empty seat next to a sales rep and shadowed her for about 20 minutes - got a feel for what I would be doing. From there I sat with a director of sales and he asked a lot of personality questions, nothing too difficult but definitely be prepared. I thought the interview was very informative. The next day I was given a job offer and accepted it.
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Yodle, a leader in local online marketing and #23 in the Forbes list of America's Most Promising Companies, connects consumers to small businesses simply and cost-effectively. Yodle has more than 50,000 local businesses customers that are benefiting from offerings such as desktop- and mobile-optimized websites, SEO, optimized online media buys, relationship marketing ...
Mission: To connect local businesses with consumers so simply and cost-effectively that business owners can’t imagine any other way to advertise.
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