a new Web2.0 Internet Yellow Pages Search Engine

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Dynamically links Websites and business listings for more robust and accurate local search results.

Now, the process of finding a local business providing exactly what you want is a click away.

Innovation is the key to local search trends and MyWebYellow is pleased to announce the beta launch of a new Web2.0 Internet Yellow Pages search engine, with a unique twist to traditional Yellow Pages.

"We developed a way to dynamically link business listings, as found in the Yellow Pages, with information from the companies' Websites," said James Cavagnaro, the entrepreneur behind this new site. "Now, the process of finding a local business providing exactly what you want is a click away."

With, you simply type in a search term- "pizza", for example, and a zip code-and the closest pizzerias instantly appear online, with address and telephone number, Website, links and business descriptions. To keep information current, business listings, from Acxiom Corporation, profiles and Websites are updated regularly via its patent-pending software.

It's the fastest way to find the nearest swimming pool dealer. Find the closest furniture store that sells Amish armoires or the auto repair shop that sells a certain brand of tire.

Everything in a business profile is searchable; including phone numbers (reverse search feature). Search street names to find the businesses on a particular road, as well as information normally found on companies' Websites. Imagine combining a search engine with the Yellow Pages. For example, try the search for coupons in any city.

" is one of the most interactive, accurate, and relevant Yellow Page sites on the Internet, a hyper-local" search said Cavagnaro. His company, TCN, located in Rochester, New York - spent years developing the sophisticated software system and collecting the most up-to-date information about local businesses.

"Each business profile is a virtual micro-site" Cavagnaro said. "Unlike most Yellow Pages, businesses can add a logo, company motto, and business description, as well as link to their You Tube video, e-commerce site, Website, coupons, menus, and social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn - all free of charge."

"Businesses can place banner ads and purchase click-word driven top placement for even more exposure," Cavagnaro said. "In these tough economic times, every business needs to widen its exposure". offers several ways to maximize marketing efforts.    

"We believe businesses are looking for a new and different venue where all their media can be centralized," Cavagnaro said. "Businesses invest in Yellow Pages, White Pages, Websites, e-commerce sites, and social media. For the first time, companies can aggregate these resources into our online Yellow Page profiles." will instantly connect visitors to more than 12 million business listings across the country, including that swimming pool dealer down the street.

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