Local Internet Traffic and Inverse Paradox Announce Merger

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Lance Bachmann former VP of AT&T at Yellow Pages.com has announced the merger of Local Internet Traffic, Inc. with Inverse Paradox, LLC of Oakdale PA. The synergistic components of this merger makes it one to watch closely.

Inverse Paradox, of Oakford, PA, specialists in creative and innovative web designs and Local Internet Traffic (http://www.localinternettraffic.com/), of Philadelphia, a company which develops innovative internet marketing solutions, including website and search engine optimization, announced the merger of the two companies here today.

The announcement was made jointly by Lance Bachmann, founder and president of Local Internet Traffic and Neil Harner, co-founder and president of Inverse Paradox. According to Bachmann and Harner, "Inverse Paradox will become the in-house web design team for Local Internet Traffic with Harner assuming the title and responsibilities as chief technology officer. Melissa Levenduski, co-founder and creative director at Inverse Paradox (http://www.inverseparadox.com/), will assume that role of vice president of graphic design at Local Internet Traffic." Bachmann will serve as president of the newly merged organizations.

"With this merger, we'll hit the ground running," says Bachmann. "Over the past year or so Inverse Paradox has served almost exclusively as our creative website design arm and Neil and his team are totally familiar and conversant with our company, its services, our philosophy and our client's goals and objectives. His group provides us with added strength and additional opportunities for growth." The staffing at both companies will remain the same.

In 2005 Bachman founded Yellow Pages.com premise division of AT& T. He helped take the company from start up to $157 million in sales with some 725 employees. Bachmann opened 15 premise offices throughout the country and was awarded the company's Eagle Award for leadership. He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia and previously held sales and executive positions with Donnelley Directory and Verizon Yellow Pages.

Harner holds a masters degree in design services and has become a much sought out consultant for innovative website design solutions and has built Inverse Paradox into one of the Philadelphia area's most prominent website design firms. They currently serve more than 150 corporations and businesses in a wide variety of industries and fields.

Local Internet Traffic has shown exceptional growth over the past year delivering services to a cordon of large clients and expects to reach $2-million in sales in 2009. The two companies will consolidate locations with Local Internet Traffic moving into expanded space at the Inverse Paradox headquarters at 4432 Bristol Rd., Oakford, PA 19053. For additional details about the merger please call 267-263-4207.


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