NEW YORK, NY – A project I have put considerable work and time into over the years has made yet another Top 100 list thanks to https://www.vendasta.com. Vendasta offers a platform for companies that sell to local businesses. Calling themselves, an agency-in-a-box solution, it includes a sales CRM, needs-analysis tools, marketing automation, app services, and white-label fulfillment.
The listing, which is very detailed and fairly accurate despite it uses only publicly available data, is online here as well as pasted below.
Yellow Pages Goes Green (or Yellow Pages Directory Inc.) provides an environmentally friendly search engine business directory. Yellow Pages Goes Green supports the green movement, promotes, awareness and helps customers opt-out of printed yellow page directories while offering their online business directory as an alternative. Users can rate and review businesses on the site without having to make an account.
How Much Do Local Business Listings on Yellow Pages Goes Green Cost?
Yellow Pages Goes Green claims that they offer one of the lowest prices for Yellow Pages Advertising anywhere. To add a business to the online local directory, plans start at $49.95 per year.
Who Uses Yellow Pages Goes Green’s Local Business Listings Directory?
Within the last month, Yellow Pages Goes Green had 203,000 unique US visitors. Yellow Pages Goes Green is used:
Yellow Pages Goes Green is used:
- slightly more by women and slightly less by men
- more by those aged 45+; less by those aged 18-34
- much less by those with no college education
- more by those who earn $100K+; less by those who earn $0-$30K
- less by those who view the site from school
- more by African-Americans and Caucasians; less than the internet average by African, Asian, and Middle Eastern demographic groups
What is the Size of the Yellow Pages Goes Green Business Directory’s Readership?
Within the last month, Yellow Pages Goes Green had 315,500 total unique visits globally.
Is the Yellow Pages Goes Green Online Business Directory Mobile Responsive?
More Info About Yellow Pages Goes Green’s Local Business Directory
Fun Fact: this website also contains census data for each state.
Other Notable Mentions:
The Best Local Citations by Category – by MOZ (Hardware Stores)
About The Author: John Colascione is Chief Executive Officer of Internet Marketing Services Inc. He specializes in Website Monetization, is a Google AdWords Certified Professional, authored a ‘how to’ book called ”Mastering Your Website‘, and is a key player in several Internet related businesses through his search engine strategy brand Searchen Networks®