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20 days ago

Community Manager

Yelp Adelaide +10 locations

• Social connector. You are the hub of your social world. You know everyone. Everyone… Yelp

22 days ago

Marketing Intern

Yelp Sydney +9 locations

Community Managers in over 100 Yelp communities are responsible for marketing, PR, other social media outlets, event planning, e-newsletter… Yelp

18 days ago

UI Designer

Yelp San Francisco, CA

Think you've got the UI design skills to wow over 100 million users each month? Then Yelp wants to hear from you.We're looking for a senior designer… Yelp

18 days ago

Marketing Intern - Queens

Yelp New York, NY

community both online and off. As a Yelp Marketing Intern Youll Benefit From… Yelp

2 days ago

Contract Salesforce Support Analyst – new

Yelp San Francisco, CA

• Address customer support requests to enable restricted permissions, field changes, reports, etc. • Work with customers to understand their needs… Yelp

8 days ago

Assistant Controller

Yelp San Francisco, CA

This position will be hands on, interact and coordinate with colleagues in Tax, FP&A, Legal and HR as well as various operational departments to… Yelp

20 days ago

Project Associate, Business Solutions

Yelp San Francisco, CA

• Create structured project plans and ensure a successful execution of the plans. • Help identify operation inefficiencies, understand business… Yelp

8 days ago

Engineering Manager - SRE (UK)

Yelp London, England

• Manage complex technical projects and a team of SREs • Monitor site stability and performance • Scale infrastructure to meet demand… Yelp

2 days ago

Associate, International User Operations - French (Contract) – new

Yelp San Francisco, CA

may include: • Administering site data such as listing information and accounts. • Investigating site quality issues. • Providing… Yelp

18 days ago

Software Engineer - Mobile iOS

Yelp Hamburg +2 locations

We are looking for a talented mobile developer to join our iOS team, in the Hamburg branch of an elite engineering team headquartered in San… Yelp

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    Former Employee - Account Executive in New York, NY (US)
    Former Employee - Account Executive in New York, NY (US)

    I worked at Yelp full-time (more than an year)


    From edgy start-up to one of the coolest companies in tech, Yelp is owning the local search scene around the world making the job WAY easier as time went on - the product/company had a lot more name recognition by the time I left compared to when I started. Culture is awesome, people are awesome, beers are on tap, kitchens stocked with food (not just snacks, you can literally eat breakfast and lunch there), and everyone generally wants to succeed and have a good time. It's hard not to get into it, especially considering you're selling an app that's actually pretty fun and was originally geared toward interesting people who go out a lot. The difference is that people (biz owners and consumers) have a real need for this kinda stuff, so I always felt great about selling it.


    The company is growing aggressively - from just a couple floors when I started to 4 additional floors and a brand new office waiting to get moved into by the time I left, the place definitely churns people in and out. Not necessarily a bad thing but they may want to slow the growth down a bit and concentrate on hiring stellar reps who retain the company culture instead of a bunch of mass hires and clueless drones walking around.

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    RAISE YOUR BASE SALARY!!! Its actually shocking how little you make when you start (36K will not get you very far in NYC or SF). Commission should start right away like most other sales jobs (not after like 4 months or however long you take to get there). It eventually starts paying competitively to the industry by the time you're there for a year, but still..a year? Just bumping everyone's base up one level would do wonders to the morale of a lot of people who would be happy to do the work otherwise - it's just really hard living in a big expensive city with student loans. Top level execs (like Jeremy the CEO) are known to be stingy - my advice to Jeremy would be to stop concentrating so much money on markets like Germany and Argentina right now and start paying more money to your employee backbone and more attention to your backyard.. Who cares if someone in Brazil knows about Yelp if nobody in Kansas does.. Don't spread yourselves to thin!

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