SEO: It’s the New Yellow Pages

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Before the Internet took over the world, I remember a time when products and services were advertised through a telephone directory such as the Yellow Pages.

If you wanted to be seen, and you weren’t in the Yellow Pages, it didn’t matter that you had the best option for the consumer—they didn’t know about you, so the business went to the pizza guy across the road because he put his ad in the directory.

In 2010, SEO is like the Yellow Pages of the past.

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Melinda SzaszMelinda Szasz
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Melinda works as the product marketer for and is responsible for book launches and general marketing activities. She's also the resident photographer, ensuring every embarrassing moment is caught on camera.

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