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United Directories Makes "Old" Yellow Pages New Again

Young Users Discovering the Time-Tested Quality of the "Classic" Yellow Pages Brand

JACKSONVILLE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/16/14 -- It wasn't too long ago when the Yellow Pages were the number one way people found businesses in their area. This giant phonebook, delivered with a thump right to one's front door, held a place of prominence in the household, and was used for everything from finding a doctor to ordering a pizza.

Today, the physical phonebook is seen as more of a nuisance than a source of information. It's big. It's bulky. It's not too great for the environment -- certainly there's a better use for all that paper. Plus, it's not even that accurate anymore. Businesses can change. They move, go out of business, open additional locations and more, and no one wants to wait a year for a new book to give them all the updates.

Online United Directories

The web is the number one resource for finding businesses in your area. But the web is also a gigantic place, and it can be hard to know who to rely on. Are all directories equal, or do some have an agenda to promote certain businesses over others?

Fortunately, United Directories is a proven directory trusted the world over. When young people see the "fingers walking" logo, they're learning what older generations have learned long ago: The Yellow Pages are the most reliable directory in the world.

Searchable by keywords, business type, business name, city and/or state, United Directories can help you find what you want, wherever you want to find it. It doesn't matter if you're looking for a type of business, or a certain business in a certain place, the results will always be accurate, up-to-date and bias-free.

Each search result includes an option to call the business directly from your computer, as well as create a custom map directly from your location.

Great for Businesses, Too

Businesses are learning that having a presence on United Directories Yellow Pages is much more than just a simple presence on the web. When a business subscribes to United Directories, they get a whole host of bonuses, including:

  • A web page designed to be mobile friendly
  • Customized E-Coupons
  • A Free, Customized Photo Gallery
  • Social Media Dashboard
  • Review Manager

United Directories is Popular with Everyone

Older generations know about the Yellow Pages, but younger users -- many of whom have never even seen a traditional phone book -- are also discovering the power of United Directories. People who have grown up with the internet quickly learn which sites are trustable and which are just out to make a quick buck, and they've discovered that United Directories are one trust-worthy way to find a business.

With easy access to social media, as well as e-coupons and a variety of search options, United Directories has all the features the younger generation demands from a website.

For more information about United Directories, visit their website at yellowpagesunited.com or call 1 (866) 355-6101 (office) or 1 (866) 443-7679 (fax).

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