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Yext Why You Should Work There – Scaling Local Information Globally

Why you want to work at Yext – Scaling Local Information Globally

Yext is the kind of tech that you don’t realize is there. It just blends in to an applicable situation situation seamlessly and unnoticed and, most importantly, works. This is exactly the kind of technology that businesses need in order to make sure that their local data is up to date and consistent no matter where someone might find them in the digital world, and the company that makes this happen is called Yext. Yext Keeping Data Fresh Yext is a New York based company started in 2006, and today they make sure that businesses of all stripes don’t lose customers due to old or bad information on the web. The prime example of their work can be seen whenever you search for a company online, in the summary that appears to the right of the search results. Although this might seem boring, any business owner is more than glad that they do what they do. Imagine you’re looking for a towing company because your car is rendered useless on the side of the road in an area that you’ve never been before. So you pull out your phone and do a quick search, and you find Fred’s Towing right away. You dial the…

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GeoMarketing startup Yext heads for IPO and international expansion

Yext, the New York-based ‘GeoMarketing’ company, appears to be heading for an IPO after raising a walloping $50 million in Series F. Product managers who think the word “GeoMarketing” sounds cool but feel baffled about what it means should read on. Essentially, Yext’s Software-as-a-Service capabilities allow businesses or stores to control their listings in local searches. Synchronizing across local searches Take the case of a drugstore chain: it might have 60 different stores in a city, each one with slightly different contact information, opening hours, etc. As things stand, they’ll each be listed slightly differently in Google search, Foursquare, Yelp and other location databases. Yext’s platform lets businesses control the content of all those assorted listings from a single dashboard. The startup launched as a pay-per-call advertising company in 2009, but morphed over the ensuing couple of years to focus instead on developing its unique GeoMarketing software (the ad business was sold to IAC’s Grid Media). And even the most hard-headed product manager will concede that the shift of emphasis has proven a big success. Yext now handles data for over 300,000 active locations and it saw a handsome $34 million in revenue in 2013, a spectacular 116 percent higher…

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