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Written By: langdon on September 21, 2009 No Comment

An online and mobile technology solutions provider and manager of an online media network with a focus on the development of community websites that offer leading edge local search solutions for business that enable consumers to search for local content and connect to local business on the Internet through technology that includes Online, Mobile, Click—to-Call, Voice-Based services and a innovative SMS mobile advertising platform called Mobinym. […Click headline to read more]

Written By: langdon on November 29, 2007 3 Comments

Finding a product or merchant is now easier with the new Yellow Pages™ directory on Short Messaging Service (SMS), better known as text messaging. For those looking for local businesses anywhere in Canada, the information is now literally at their fingertips using their mobile devices. The information contained in YPG’s text message service is the same as that available via the YellowPages.ca web site, offering a vast listing of some one million businesses across Canada.In order to access Yellow Pages™ directory content via text messaging, users simply send a message to 411411. The message must include a keyword (i.e. “taxi” or “jewellery”), followed by a comma, and the location being searched (city or postal code). The service will quickly reply with up to nine relevant results listed in order of proximity. Users can also obtain national merchants just by removing the comma. […Click headline to read more!]

Written By: langdon on September 28, 2007 3 Comments

As consumers integrate social media into their everyday lives, they want to augment their experience by accessing media from different platforms, specifically mobile phones and TVs. The most popular activity on the mobile phone remains direct media sharing, such as sending photos to friends. Secondary media sharing, such as visiting photo and video-sharing sites or social networks, is popular as well. Most of the large sites, including MySpace , Facebook, and YouTube , have mobile versions, optimized for viewing on a mobile phone. Mobile phones, especially smart-phones, are becoming much more media-friendly as well, offering larger screens for better viewing, more convenient input methods, and cheaper data plans. […Click headline to read more!]

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