Online Now Eniro’s Top Revenue Category

The Swedish directory publisher Eniro has passed a key financial milestone, according to its third-quarter and year-to-date earnings report, released this week. Through nine months of 2009, online revenues surpassed offline (print revenues), making Eniro a majority online directory business…

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Comcast Sees Digital YP Opportunity

The cable TV giant Comcast has begun offering a Yellow Pages-branded local search experience via its cable television network. Through the remote, Comcast subscribers can access local business listings through the television remote, and SMBs can have their information listed…

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Yell.com to Launch Microsites

Marketing Week is reporting that Yell is launching 18 vertical microsites offering deep content on a particular area, including the law, gardening, automotive, plumbing and others. The content is from a mix of Web-based sources, including how-to articles from expert…

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Real-Time Search, Part II: Local

In the previous post, I promised to address the local angle of yesterday's blitz of search engine/social media deals. Many of the concepts apply to local: We've looked at a few examples in the past such as the efforts of…

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Real-Time Search: Now It’s On

Unless you've been hiding under a rock today, you've heard about the deal between Google and Twitter and that between Bing and Twitter and Facebook (I know, it's confusing). Essentially these deals boil down to Google and Bing getting access…

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