DAG Media Launches Top-of-The-Line Nationwide Online Business and Residential Directories
NEW YORK, Oct. 24 /PRNewswire/-- DAG Media (Nasdaq: DAGM - news) -- Quik.com completed today the rebuilding of DAG Media's website NewYellow.com. The new website is a fully functional web portal allowing national search capabilities for businesses and individuals, as well as reverse-search functions using the database of infoUSA.com. Also included on the website, are the following new functions: web-based e-mail with user self sign up, local city guides, a message board, chat capability, maps and directions, online website ordering system, links to affiliate websites and a New Yellow directory database with targeted banners relating to search and display ad capability for each listing in the directory. DAG Media also operates community websites including JewishYellow.com and JewishMasterguide.com.
``NewYellow.com is giving us another advantage on our competitors. With the advanced website in our advertising package we hope to eliminate remaining resistance of our potential advertisers and increase our share in the mainstream yellow pages market,'' said Assaf Ran, CEO DAG Media Inc. ``DAG Media has also recently published a second edition of its largest directory, the Manhattan Yellow Pages. This directory is now being distributed,'' Mr. Ran added.
DAG Media is a leading independent publisher of print and on-line yellow page directories. Their main market is the New York metropolitan area, a $300 million per year directory market. DAG Media is also publishing ethnic directories including the Jewish Yellow Pages.
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SOURCE: DAG Media