InteriorDesignerSourcebook Announces New Pricing Format to Assist Interior Designers and Interior Decorators During Economic Slowdown

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Interior Designers and Interior Decorators Benefit form InteriorDesignerSourcebook's New Online Directory Pricing Structure

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InteriorDesignerSourcebook announces the launch of a new fixed-fee pricing model for advertisers using its online interior designer and decorator directory. "We've recognized a growing desire among interior designers and decorators to use the Internet to increase their exposure among potential clients and ultimately improve sales," says Mike Clark, Director of Development with InteriorDesignerSourcebook. "From the very beginning we've focused our efforts on providing cost-effective ways to help designers and decorators enhance their online presence. And with our low, fixed-fee pricing structure combined with our easy-to-use directory design, we feel we offer interior designers and decorators a lot of bang for the buck when they list their firm on one of our regional directory Web site pages." The new fixed-fee format eliminates the uncertainty and confusion found in other directories that use a pay-per-click pricing structure. When advertising on InteriorDesignerSourcebook, interior designers and interior decorators know their advertising costs upfront.

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InteriorDesignerSourcebook is a division of LocalSourcebook, a provider of online consumer-resource guides for finding extensive listings of local businesses and professional services of all types. LocalSourcebook directories are run by professional online search marketing experts and web developers, and they have thousands of web pages dedicated to local businesses and services. So whether you want to buy an Acura or learn to play the xylophone, if it's in your area, you'll find it in a LocalSourcebook directory. Interior designers and interior decorators currently featured on InteriorDesignerSourcebook include those working in or near New York, New York; Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Illinois; Houston, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, California; Dallas, Texas; San Jose, California; Detroit, Michigan; Jacksonville, Florida; Indianapolis, Indiana; San Francisco, California; Columbus, Ohio; Austin, Texas; Memphis, Tennessee; Baltimore, Maryland; Fort Worth, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina; Boston, Massachusetts; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Seattle, Washington; Denver, Colorado; and other major interior design markets. For more information, visit


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