Yodle Review and Comparison « The Blog of Matthew Loop

Yodle Review and Comparison

Before you even think of signing-up with Yodle, watch this revealing video to review and compare the service for yourself.  Here’s a look at the local internet marketing giant, aside from the positive and negative company reviews online.

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Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, philanthropist, and the highest paid social media revenue strategist in North America. He helps brands, startups, celebrities, and small business owners multiply their influence, impact, and income by harnessing the power of the Internet. Connect with him on Instagram, Twitter and Google+.


11 Responses to “Yodle Review and Comparison”

  1. Just bought your program pretty excited to get started, thanks

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    Awesome Dr. Alec! Look forward to working with you :)

  3. leah says:

    I am an SEO expert – Yodel claims that it builds websites that are SEO friendly for their clients. If you view the Yodel website using Firefox click ctrl + U or from Internet Explorer go to the View menu and click on source – now click ctrl+F and type h1. You will see that the Yodel corporate site itself… has about 5 h1 declarations in the code – the most basic BASIC SEO rule is that you should have one, yes only ONE h1 declaration per page! This is basic, basic SEO and Yodel cannot even get it right on their own site! What do you think they will do for you, a small business owner, who probably is relying on Yodel to be the expert and to guide you in building your site and performing Search Engine Optimization. This company is a joke. You are better off going with a local consultant than with Yodel. Did you notice that there is not one example of an actual website they have built and optimized on their corporate site?

  4. Lynn Kerew says:

    Agreed Leah..amazing how certain websites that are run by the people who internet market for other businesses are not even doing what they say…a comparison business to Dr. Matt actually is not even shown on a majority of searches..so why would I work with them if they cannot even get it right? Comment Matt? Matt, you are too kind to this other bozo in the field…go blast him..please!

  5. Matthew Loop says:

    lol, Lynn! I agree, though. Many need to do better research before they select a company for online marketing. It can be very tricky for a newbie to know who to trust or how to reverse engineer online to know who’s the real deal.

    It is sad when people sign-up with an SEO company that you cannot even find under competitively ranked keywords online. It’s the old “do as I say, not as I do” thing…

  6. Mike says:

    I spoke with a Yodle sales person. He was extremely aggressive trying to get my credit card on the call! $500 for a template I can design myself, $200 for a start-up charge, & about $600 a month to optimize 3 key keywords….

    No thanks!!

  7. Matthew Loop says:

    Hey Mike… Yes, unfortunately that’s an all too common scenario. I’m always skeptical of companies that don’t put the price of the service in plain view on the website. This usually means they have an aggressive sales-rep on the other end trying to sell you hard.

  8. Thanks Matt! I was called my Yodle and glad you saved me some time and money by providing this review.

    Denver Chiropractor

  9. Juliya Moody says:

    I own a small accounting firm and we provide services for midsize businesses. I have never advertised at all, all of our business comes from recomendations from our existing clients. This is the first time I am considering advertising since we are expanding. Can you recomend any companies that can help us with that. Unfortunatly I do not have time to spend doing it my self. We are only looking to pick up a few clients, so also not looking to spend a whole lot :-)

  10. Matthew Loop says:

    That’s great, Juliya. Referrals are always the best. You might call a couple companies to get a good feeling of what is a good fit for you. The number for Automated Social Networking is 866-822-7246. The basic package is great value for the long list of services you get. Plus, there are 6 guarantees you can view on the website.

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