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July 31, 2008

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mlgreen8753

Online video tops all other forms of online advertising in my opinion. Sites like http://www.adwido.com make it easy to reach your target market using video.

Success CoSign.com

The Yellow Pages is like having a ugly piece of yellow furniture in the main room of an expensive house.
It is more of a bother than a help and it's a waste of paper.
http://SuccessCosign.com

George

As everyone knows by now, video is very exciting. I think in the next few years people will discover that video is appropriate for certain areas of the consumer market, right now it seems like everyone wants to use video for everything. I think the small business arena will benefit the most from video which is pretty much the thesis behind Jippidy.com

dennis crow

Last week a yellow pages company dropped off 8 books for us in our new condo building.
We don't have a land line, but we took one anyway. There are 7 left in the lobby. Apparently no one wanted one!
So, I'm guessing the future is here now, at least among young city folk.

dennis crow

Last week a yellow pages company dropped off 8 books for us in our new condo building.
We don't have a land line, but we took one anyway. There are 7 left in the lobby. Apparently no one wanted one!
So, I'm guessing the future is here now, at least among young city folk.

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