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  #511309 24-Aug-2011 15:32
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Received this email last week- thought it was very strange they are promoting Google, which in the online space is their biggest competitor.




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  #511317 24-Aug-2011 15:47
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Yellow is a Google customer/partner not competitor. If you look at the adverts/results in Google you will see that Yellow uses this to advertise their customers.

 
 
 
 


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  #511339 24-Aug-2011 16:10
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myopinion: Yellow is a Google customer/partner not competitor. If you look at the adverts/results in Google you will see that Yellow uses this to advertise their customers.


Surely Google Adwords is in direct competition to Yellow's online offerings though?

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  #511347 24-Aug-2011 16:25
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nate:
myopinion: Yellow is a Google customer/partner not competitor. If you look at the adverts/results in Google you will see that Yellow uses this to advertise their customers.


Surely Google Adwords is in direct competition to Yellow's online offerings though?


I think they resell google offerings, or they have some agreement with them. That advert doesn't actually say what they are selling. When I was called by yellowpages once, I said that I now do all my advertsing on google adwords, so wasn't interested, and they told me that they do offer google solutions, but I am not sure what that actually is, perhaps someone else will know.

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  #511368 24-Aug-2011 16:52
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its them arranging the buy of the google stuff because there are plenty of businesses around that cant work it out for themselves.




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richms: its them arranging the buy of the google stuff because there are plenty of businesses around that cant work it out for themselves.


... for a healthy commission of course. 

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