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infoUSA.com Signs More Partners for Yellow Pages

infoUSA.com said that five new partnerswill begin using its private label white and yellow page directory services.

infoUSA.com said that five new partners will begin using its private label white and yellow page directory services.

The new partners are: Gateway USA Inc., Yall-Shop.com, MarFam Computer Solutions, Station Point.com and Southwest Technical Services.

infoUSA.com began offering private label directory services to corporate Web sites and intranets in April to generate increased traffic, more ad dollars and additional content sales for its small business portal site, which now claims in excess of 10 million page views per month.

The five new sites join the 75 companies that have already signed contracts with infoUSA.com to use the private label directory service. By clicking on the directory assistance icon at these sites users will be seamlessly linked to the infoUSA.com site, where they can purchase online a variety of infoUSA products and services, including its customer analyzer, business credit reports, company profiles, mailing lists, business directories and CD- ROM’s/DVD’s.

The private label feature allows infoUSA’s partners to continue to display their own logo throughout these transactions, thus maintaining brand identity.

The infoUSA databases power the directory services of several tops sites, including InfoSpace, Yahoo, Microsoft and AOL.

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