Yellowbook Teams With Web.com to Offer Websites to Small and Medium-Sized BusinessesOctober 14, 2008
UNIONDALE, N.Y. and JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 14, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Yellowbook and Web.com announced today that they have entered into an agreement pursuant to which Web.com will create customized stand-alone websites for Yellowbook's advertising customers.
Since 1930, Yellowbook has focused on a simple goal -- connecting consumers with local businesses. Today, Yellowbook is a national leader in local search and advertiser content, managing a comprehensive online and print product portfolio that provides users easy access to local business information and advertisers a single source for cost effective media programs. The Yellowbook Network, anchored by yellowbook.com, reaches millions of users via computers, mobile devices, organic web searches and the company's network of partner sites, and has been recognized as the fastest growing internet property (comScore, April 2008). WebReach, Yellowbook's fully managed search engine advertising program, places customers' advertising on the major internet search engines. In print, Yellowbook delivers nearly 1,000 directory editions in 48 states plus the District of Columbia. For more information visit, yellowbook.com.
Web.com (Nasdaq:WWWW) is a leading provider of online marketing for small businesses. Web.com offers a full range of online services, including Internet marketing and advertising, local search, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, , home contractor specific leads, website design and publishing, and shopping cart solutions, meeting the needs of small businesses anywhere along their lifecycle. Web.com is currently incorporated in Delaware as Website Pros, Inc. and is doing business as Web.com. For more information on the company, please visit http://www.web.com or call 1-800-GETSITE.
CONTACT: MWW Group for Yellowbook Louise Thach 201-964-2463 Web.com Peter Delgrosso 904-680-6696 email@example.com
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