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21 days ago

SEO Manager

Yodle New York, NY +2 locations

You will work with a range of teams to solve technical challenges which will lead to increases in new users and, ultimately, revenue. You must have… Yodle

21 days ago

Customer Success Director, Partnerships

Yodle New York, NY +2 locations

• Creating, implementing and rolling out new sales, onboarding, and servicing processes. • Working with partner companies to support their… Yodle

24 days ago

Corporate Recruiter

Yodle New York, NY

• Deliver consistent and timely results that support your customers • Creatively search and source for candidates across multiple locations using job… Yodle

24 days ago

Salesforce Product Manager

Yodle Austin, TX

• Work with stakeholders to understand their needs and define system requirements to support business processes • Collaborate with multiple business… Yodle

25 days ago

Sales Representative

Yodle Scottsdale, AZ +4 locations

to You: • Pay you fairly and transparently for everything you do with uncapped commissions plus a guaranteed base salary and residuals on your book… Yodle

26 days ago

Sr. Visual Designer

Yodle New York, NY

include, but are not limited to: • Creating visual design deliverables such as concept sketches, layouts, and visual specifications… Yodle

26 days ago

YBN Front-End Web Designer

Yodle New York, NY

Working development experience is not necessary for this position, but a willingness to learn and a can-do attitude will go a long way… Yodle

29 days ago

Director of Email Marketing

Yodle New York, NY

The Director of Email Marketing is responsible for thinking and acting as the CMO for Yodle’s 50,000 small business customers across all our products… Yodle

29 days ago

Vice President, User Experience

Yodle New York, NY

• Lead the vision, strategy, and execution of the user experience. Lead the user experience function end-to-end. Define and champion our strong… Yodle

29 days ago

Art Director

Yodle New York, NY

• Creating design deliverables such as concept sketches, layouts, and visual specifications • Participating in effective meetings with project… Yodle

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Yodle CEO Court Cunningham
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    lots of smiles, but underneath some rotten stuff

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    people I work with are genuinely nice, wish I could say the company is as genuine. It is a very youthful, high energy and at times an unprofessional environment - but the energy is contagious and it makes you overlook a lot of things. I feel duped and really stupid for falling for it. Lots of social activities - I find the need to drink more because of the stress of this job :-) no wonder they have planned happy hours.


    Try to get a straight answer about the product you are selling (not gonna happen) I have never been through a training that didn't train you on the product you are selling - well that was until I entered the world of Yodle. They do shove the script down your throat and want you to say it word for word with inflection at the right spot - so this could be a good training ground for acting. It wasn't discussed or made clear upfront that if you don't perform as expected you are going to be unemployed - they admittedly don't "like to broadcast it" because it is a downer - correct - but something important such as that does need to be brought to the attention of the recruits - not 2 weeks before you could possibly lose your job because of minimum performance standards not being met. Which by the way are not even explained in a complete and thorough way - they just give you numbers you need to meet - not how they are arrived at (the formula) or what they really mean. They claim to be transparent - my experience is that they are very good at deflecting questions with non-answers and that it it isn't important to know so don't worry about it. Of course it does become important when you are signing a performance review form - indicating that if the metrics are not met with immediate improvement "further disciplinary action may be taken, up to and including termination" Welcome to Yodle. I can take the constant rejection, the hang-ups and the angry customers - that is the nature of the beast - this is cold-calling. What I can' t take is the vague and guarded answers about what we sell (what are they trying to hide?) The implication is that the customer is always wrong or lying or they are just too stupid to know what is good for them (which of course is laying out their credit card after hearing a flimsy presentation) I am sorry - I respect people and their ability to think for themselves and I wish I could answer their legitimate questions and sell them the product based on merit - I get the feeling that Yodle is banking on finding enough "dumb" plumbers, painters and auto mechanics to fuel the revenue stream without a lot of questioning about the product and system. God forbid you state any of your doubts among fellow Yodle employees or management - you are then tagged with a "bad" "cancerous" attitude that will quickly be extinguished (terminated or marginalized). To add to the confusion - ask the same question to 5 different managers and get 5 different responses. I never know which way is the real right way. My frustration level has never been so high at any other position I have held. There is a lot of talk about the tremendous amounts of money to be earned at Yodle - but I think that is happening for a hand full of the total number of employees. Finally, I am uncomfortable lying to the customers in the script that is provided........you ask for 10-15 minutes of their time for a presentation that will take at least 45 minutes to an hour to complete - if they don't have any questions. It would be preferable to state that up front so the customer can really plan for the presentation and doesn't get upset when it goes over the initial 15 minutes we asked for. And once again it amazes me that Yodle is more than happy to anger potential customers during initial calls by being pushy and aggressive to the point of the customer hanging up - and according to management that is okay - it is how I have been trained to do calls - so much for company goodwill. Doesn't make a lot of sense in my eyes to have a staff of agents calling small businesses all over the country with the intent of either getting them to agree to talking further for the presentation or hanging up - but I am not signing the checks. Maybe they think there is an unlimited number of business owners to call - not true and with the bad reviews already out there it makes it more difficult to reach someone willing to listen or even buy for that matter. They work awfully hard to have a reputation of being one of the best places to work - I feel it would be better if I wasn't lying to customers on a consistent basis. The overall feeling at the company is that the employee and customer should follow blindly and without question do what we are told - Yodle will take care of it. Surprising - since one of the Yodle values is "Question Authority" - nice thought - don't think it would be wise to actually do it though.

    Advice to Management

    Be honest about the product, the performance requirements. Please give complete and direct answers - we can handle the truth!! Clarify your expectations by explaining all the requirements of maintaining your job - up front - no last minute surprises. Some real product training would be nice - I would like to sound like an industry expert - not a mouthpiece or trained seal. Ask for our feedback - you might learn something and improve the company it could soften some of the online reviews about Yodle. One more point - just because someone says something negative about Yodle doesn't automatically disqualify their opinion.

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