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yodle

(ˈjəʊdəl)
n
(Music, other) a variant spelling of yodel
ˈyodler n
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Prior to XO, Bascobert led sales, service, and marketing for the Local Businesses segment at Yodle from 2014 until 2016.
Prior to that, he served as president of Local Businesses at Yodle, a local internet marketing and advertising solutions provider for small businesses, from 2014 to 2016.
A resident of Clifton, Doshi also sits on the boards of several companies including Booker.com and Yodle Inc., the governor's office said.
A survey of small business owners done by Yodle found that 78 percent were concerned about negative reviews on online directories.
Earlier, she was associate general counsel of Yodle. That company was sold to Web.com and she played a key role in the deal during her tenure.
Yodle helps local businesses to find and keep their customers simply and profitably.
ATG's clients include some of the fastest-growing companies: Centurylink, Trimble, Yodle, Concur, Constant Contact, InterCall, and many others.
Online marketing firm Yodle has inked a deal to lease 83,739 s/f in the Penn Plaza District.
Grueser joined Hearst 10 months ago as strategy and operations director after 5-3/4 years with Yodle Inc.
A wave of companies such as Yodle and Yext entered the market to try to merge online advertising with offline lead generation and customer relationship management, but none successfully transformed the local advertising landscapes.
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In January, the founder and CEO of Yodle, a four-year-old New York-based company that helps local businesses advertise more efficiently on the web, secured $10 million in Series C financing, with two new investors climbing on board.