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Grayboxx Goes To 100 New Cities

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Two cities in Alaska, five in Kentucky – Grayboxx is getting around.  And by flying a banner that boasts of covering “100 cities in a single day,” the local search engine’s owners are making sure we all know about it.

You can’t blame them – launching services for 100 cities in a single day (and a Monday, at that) is an impressive feat.  What’s more, 17 additional cities should get included before the week ends.

These releases should help address complaints that Grayboxx goofed its launch in the small city of Burlington, Vermont.  None of the new cities are especially enormous, either – Santa Barbara, California was one of the most recognizable names – but these are the types of markets in which Grayboxx intends to succeed.

After all, giants like Google and Yahoo are liable to have a serious hold on major cities.  In reference to very small towns, Grayboxx CEO Nick Ordon pointed out to Paul Wiseman that “people already know who’s good and who’s not — they may not need the Internet.”

Grayboxx . . . Goldilocks . . . there appear to be some similarities in terms of finding something “just right.”  Grayboxx is likely to meet with a much happier ending, however, having possibly found and answered a market demand.

Grayboxx Goes To 100 New Cities
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  • http://www.grayboxx.com/ Ben English

    The biggest trick with releasing 100 cities in a single day was generating Buzz Guides for each city. We had to make sure each city

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