Yodle – Why Work For Us?



​Since 2005, Yodle has grown to over 1,100 employees, and we’re not slowing down. With an unmatched combination of rapidly-developing technology, thoughtful data analysis, and expert levels of service, we make online marketing accessible to local businesses.

Everyone at Yodle plays a pivotal role in the company’s 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.

​​Our Mission​​

To empower local businesses to find and keep their customers in the simplest, most profitable ways imaginable. It’s success simplified!

​​Our Culture​​

Our employees work hard and enjoy a good challenge. When things get tough, we get creative. And when problems get solved, our people get rewarded.

​​Our Promise​​

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 yodle, check out our job listings and apply now.

We make it easy for local business owners to get new customers. When you sign up for online marketing with Yodle, you set a budget you can afford, and we take care of all the details. And the best part is – you get calls and emails from potential customers.

It’s really that simple. And that’s why we’re the #1 independent provider of online marketing services to local businesses in the U.S.

With Marketing Essentials™, we provide what businesses needs to find and keep customers—all in one integrated package. Everything is set up for the local business and synchronized for better results. 

  • We build you a website and list you on over 50 business directories.
  • We make it easy to collect and post reviews.
  • We get you found on all the major search engines.
  • We make it simple to create and send email.
  • We build and help you maintain your Facebook Business page.
  • We distribute your special offers where it matters.
  • And we do it with a full-service team that takes care of everything

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 those humble beginnings – working late into the night out of shared office spaces and cramped apartments – Yodle would go on to achieve astronomical growth. Early in 2007 Yodle hired Court Cunningham as CEO and the eleventh employee.

Today, Yodle is the fastest growing local online advertising company in the U.S. with a team of 700 talented individuals helping thousands of clients grow their business online. Yodle’s headquarters are in New York, NY and has a presence in 40 of the top cities across the United States.


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.

Butch H.

Butch H.

Sales, Austin

"It is a pleasure to travel to all the offices and work with people across the Sales team. I always enjoy seeing the level of dedication from everyone that I interact with."

Christopher M.

Christopher M.

Finance, New York

"Yodle’s Planning and Analysis team is in a unique position to contribute to nearly every aspect of the company’s tremendous growth and success. It is incredibly rewarding to be part of such a fast-paced, intelligent, and fun organization."

Daniel T.

Daniel T.

Client Services, New York

"Joining the Yodle team almost 2 years ago has been the best career choice I have ever made. I came to New York City seeking an environment where I can grow as a professional and as a person, and Yodle has allowed me to achieve both."

Kyle D.

Kyle D.

Client Services, Austin

"It’s great to be a part of the online marketing industry. I enjoy the excitement, challenges, and new developments associated with this space."

Jerry F.

Jerry F.

Sales, Austin

"I love having the opportunity to set goals and then hit them! I also really like working with the people at Yodle!"

Shu S.

Shu S.

Technology, New York

"I love working with a team of very talented engineers to come up with elegant solutions to challenging business problems. We don’t just write code, we are as involved in finding the solution as anyone else. It’s so gratifying to see my work having real and measurable impacts on the business."





Yodle CEO Court Cunningham talks to Bloomberg TV about the local online marketing space and Yodle’s growth.

Ben Rubenstein and a couple of college friends co-founded Yodle in 2005 while they were studying at the University of Pennsylvania. Yodle now has an annual revenue of more than $100 million, 30,000 customers, 900 employees and multiple offices across the country.​

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.

Yodle provides online marketing and builds websites for lawyers, dentists and other local merchants.

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.

Yodle Reviews

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    Great Growth, Great Chaos

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    Current Employee - Client Services  in  Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Client Services in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Yodle full-time for more than a year


    Professionally challenged daily. Supportive management. Zero micro-managing. Unlimited time off. Booming growth.


    Selling a product that is not complete, does not exist. Exec Team disassociated with actual product & functionality. Mediocre-Low salary.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    YBN: Compensate more fairly. Deliver on a working product. Learn how to accommodate high-volume employee turnover.

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Yodle Interviews

Updated Sep 11, 2014
Updated Sep 11, 2014

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    Senior Sales Executivce Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Charlotte, NC
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Charlotte, NC
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral - interviewed at Yodle.

    Interview Details

    It was a 5 step interview process. 1st interview was with the HR Department, 2nd interviews were with the Sales Managers and the final interview was with the Area Sales Director. After I approved through all these steps I had an on the phone closing presentation where they verbally gave me a product and I had to overcome their objections and close them on the spot.

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    There wasn't a huge long negotiation phase. They are very cut and dry. It is what it is take it or leave it.
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Yodle Awards & Accolades

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Hire Power Awards, Inc., 2012
Hottest Companies in New York City, Lead411, 2012
Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Deloitte, 2012
50 Fastest Growing Companies in New York, Crain's New York, 2012
Google AdWords Premier SMB Partner, Google, 2013
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Additional Info

Website www.yodle.com
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2005
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year

Yodle, a leader in local online marketing and #9 in the Forbes list of America's Most Promising Companies, connects consumers to small businesses simply and cost-effectively. Yodle has more than 40,000 local businesses customers that are benefiting from offerings such as desktop- and mobile-optimized websites, SEO, optimized online media buys, relationship marketing, and... More

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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