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A study into national Internet Yellow Pages (IYP) search activity, found shifts among the top sites in 2007 partly due to new strategic partnerships according to comScore.
The IYP search market leader in the fourth quarter of 2007 was Yellowpages.com Network, which formed multiple partnerships with sites including Areaguides.net and 411.com, enabling them to be the leader in total IYP searches.
We all know that BlackBerry users can become just a tad bit absorbed in their devices, but that trait aside, they’ll now have less of an excuse for being late – Superpages.com just launched a local mobile application specifically for the BlackBerry.
The Local Search future is rosy, but it will also be rocky for many small businesses unless the complexities of running ads in this medium are laid out in advance.
Advertisers who have accounts with Verizon’s SuperPages can now manage their campaigns themselves. Though self-service with Verizon costs $10 a month, companies that advertise through SuperPages will now be allowed to manage their ads and the logistics associated with self-service.
Yahoo officially launched SmartView Tuesday, moving still farther ahead of Google in the race for local search.
SmartView adds functionality and a wider choice to Yahoo’s old “maps” page. Type in your zip code in the form on the top left of the page and a map of your neighborhood pops up.