RW Lynch Yellow PagesRW Lynch recently stumbled across the following article regarding the future of Yellow Pages:

The Huffington Post recently reported in ‘Yellow Pages Ban Proposed’ about the latest hurdle for the beleaguered books. According to the article, “Statistics suggest that approximately 70% of U.S. adults rarely or never use the phone book.”  San Francisco Board of Supervisors president David Chiu defends the move saying, “It’s time we recognize that the phone books are a 20th century tool that doesn’t meet the business or environmental needs of the 21st century.”

Consumer behavior would tend to agree. A WebVisible/Neilsen report noted as far back as two years ago that “Search engines are the #1 choice of consumers when looking for a local service.”  Even the Yellow Pages publishers got on board, with an aggressive push into the online search space.  However, as the Wall Street Journal reported in their article Extinction Threatens Yellow-Page Publishers, “the strategy hasn’t panned out.”  The article puts in bluntly: “The Yellow Pages industry is running out of lifelines.”

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