In its third edition, Online Yellow Pages Markets 2009-2010 reports on the state of the online yellow pages industry in 2009. But even more important than providing a clear understanding of the current market condition, this report offers exclusive perspective on how yellow pages publishers need to position themselves for future growth in the dynamic online medium.
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Stamford, CT-Dec. 2, 2009-Internet yellow pages spending is projected to increase 17.4% to $1.83 billion in 2009, accounting for 11.1% of total yellow pages market revenue, according to Online Yellow Pages Markets 2009-2010, a new report released today from media industry forecast and analysis firm Simba Information. The report examines the industry with a focus on Internet yellow pages publishers, pure-play Internet yellow pages sites as well as search engines, which have rolled out local search features to compete with Internet yellow pages sites
The report projects online ad sales will continue to grow in double digits in 2010. “The industry faced its darkest days in 2008 and much of 2009 with a collapsed U.S. economy that weakened small and medium sized businesses, two large RBOC publishers that declared bankruptcy and an environmental movement that drew national attention, putting the publishers on the defense. But it is not all bleak: there is a gradual recovery of a little more than 1% projected for 2010,” said David Goddard, lead author of the Simba study. “Fortunately for the yellow pages industry, publishers recognized the opportunity of Internet yellow pages a few years ago and invested in the online operations; it is now paying off, especially for AT&T Advertising Solutions, the largest RBOC, and Yellowbook, the largest independent.”
Online Yellow Pages Markets 2009-2010 includes industry revenue forecasts, industry usage figures and comprehensive profiles of leading companies.
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