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posted December 28, 2009 in Advertising & Marketing | Complaints & Scams | Dallas - Fort Worth print Yellow Pages | Dallas PPC Optimization | Dallas Search Engine Marketing | Dallas Search Engine Optimization | Local Print Yellow Page Company Information | Politics & Government | YellowCrooks.com Information

How quickly times do change.

Kinda crazy, a few years ago when people said the name “Ron Paul,” more times than not,  people probably thought of:

Also crazy is how quickly things can change. The growth of the Tea Party movement signals one of the greatest changes in my life. Not of the personal sort, but from a cultural perspective.  It appears to me, to some extent, that our opinions as consumers , businessmen, parents, teachers, consultants, employees, and citizens have changed towards corporate America, corporate greed. There is a growing movement towards ethical consumerism. Did your corporation donate money to a lobbyist? This might effect your earnings by patriotic American’s who believe in investing in moral and ethical corporations. Not just from the environmental or green sentiment, but also from that of a political sort. Business owners, like everyone else, are also consumers. They choose where they invest advertising dollars.

Who also recieved the email from Google for the $20 Million “Christmas Gift” to Charities?

Unions want to take corporate profits. Wealth redistribution if you asked me. Unions cater to workers, but who really profits in the unions? When a union is no longer non-profit they too become Crony Capitalists.

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Aside from the message about “Card Check” at the end, I really believe this video communicates a growing sentiment in America toward Crony Capitalism.

I don’t believe Congress should pass the Employee Free Choice Act, maybe because I am not that big into unions, considering how bad they managed to screw the direction, profits, and innovations of many of America’s best corporations. Many American corporations are misguided my unions. It is often challenging for a business to sustain “LONGTERM” success with union involvement. Such is the case of GM being held back from innovation by its own employee labor union the UAW.  (My mother, TC Adams,  was a union steward in 1997  while working at the GTE Phone Mart in Garland Tx prior to joining GTE Yellow Pages as a sales consultant. ) GTE, then Verizon, then  Idearc, and now SuperMedia has a challenge working with the CWA Union. At Verizon/Idearc, reps in non-union states are compensated less for advertising sales than those in union organized territories. Cutting into corporate profits? Sure. Offering the company guidance from collecting information directly from clients and media consultants then sharing it  with the companies executives and so called product managers to guide the direction of the organization? Heck No!

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(American Greed is a great show btw!)

I’ve always felt that I was paid too much  money just to sell Yellow Pages Advertising. Sell an ad. Move on to the next sell. Sell another. Do some paperwork. Move on the next yellow page ad sale. Man! When I was 20 years old I made over $100,000 selling Yellow Pages for Verizon! (And this was without selling “Fake Yellow Pages Ads to Fill a Phone Book.”) I think that was one of the years I earned one of my numerous Verizon Yellow Page Sales President’s Awards from Kathy Harless, the companies CEO. It was a great career. Up until I started becoming tenured in my job and craving to learn more and more about internet marketing.

Once I quickly recognized that the folks actually doing the work, managing the Google Adwords Campaigns and building the websites, got paid significantly less than those that made the big “SELLS,” it only took me a few years to really grasp what a lack of value Verizon Yellow Pages was really offering for online advertising. That’s when I began studying advanced Search Engine Optimization and Internet advertising methods and strategies.

The corporate sales culture had its flaws, but it was nothing like the direction that Idearc Media is headed, with leadership from Idearc CEO Scott Klein and his circle of crony executives.  As if corporate fraud of the personal sort from executives was not bad enough, they also don’t take accountability for the direction of the company. Ask anyone who heard quarterly earnings calls over the past few years.

If folks knew better they would be looking into Kathy Harless and her dream team of women who apparently thought it was wise to spin the company off with such a debt burden. Idearc paid the price to become a self sustaining organization. Verizon sapped the company dry of cash. Huge profits from Verizon Yellow Pages advertising sales went to fund FIOS and Verizon Wireless ventures. You would want to look into the corporate responsibility as well of Ivan Seidenburg and Verizon directors for FairPoint Communications, Hawaiian Telecom, and Idearc Media’s bankruptcies.

“Audit the Fed!”

If you haven’t been following Ron Paul’s latest movement.

After spending 9 years and 3 months in the Corporate jungle of Yellow Pages Sales from the age of 19 to 28, I want to scream out at the top of my lungs

“Audit Idearc!”

“Audit SuperMedia!”

Let’s look at just one thing that needs auditing in Idearc’s Corporate Sales Culture:

How much do Hispanic Reps in Texas earn vs non hispanic reps.Why do Hispanic Reps get paid higher commissions? Why did Hispanic Reps have lower quotas and earn more money since Verizon/Idearc began publishing Spanish Yellow Pages?

“Sell 4 different geography Solutions/SuperDirect mail drops of Spring vs selling 4 seasonal SuperDirect Mail drops of a single geography deck to keep from being charged back and losing commissions, when the clients doesn’t pay. Then disconnect the pre-paid cell phone that you are having someone answer. “

If this is the kind of advice,  Idearc local sales managers and sales reps believe will contribute to the success of the organization, may Idearc not go bankrupt but cease to exist. Idearc rewards sales. Even sales to illegal immigrants who want to start a business and have zero credit or identification. All you need is an address, business name, and a cell phone.

Quiere empezar un negocio?

Idearc does not reward taking care of the client.They do not reward media consultants for expertise beyond getting a signature on a contract to obligate a client for 12 months worth of billing, regardless of Idearc’s contribution to the success and outcome of the client. Idearc’s sales culture, unlike America’s Small Business Advertising Agencies such as this one,  do not reward results. Idearc does not reward sales based on retention or even receivables. The problem with corporate advertising sales is it is just too much about sales and not enough about advertising.

Audit Idearc’s local postcard sales have been made by hispanic reps in El Paso, Texas, and other hispanic markets. How many of the numbers in the advertisements are disconnected or ring to some newly formed paving, carpentry, locksmith, or painting company?

The Spanish phone books are a JOKE. The rates are a joke. The distribution is a joke. The profit margin is a joke. The entire thing stinks.

I don’t want a Spanish phone book at my house. (I need to remind myself to give Tim O’hare, the Mayor of Farmer’s Branch a call about Spanish phone book littering and see if the city councel can put something together to end this sort of environmental waste — I also recall Idearc changing the book’s name during O’Hare’s nationally recognized push to end the Farmers Branch sanctuary city policies towards illegal immigration.) If saturation distribution wasn’t a big enough issue, we get a few english and now spanish books! Apparently Idearc has had run overs, because they sent me two December publications of the Idearc Spanish Yellow Pages.

Idearc’s corporate fraud began when Scott Klein, the companies newly found CEO, incentivized by a $3.2 million home in Highland Park began lying to investors and employees about the state of Idearc’s business and the decline of yellow pages usage and receivables.  I still think Idearc / Super Media’s next CEO or group of executives needs to have experience with “carrying the bag” before they being hired.  I am anxious to see if he actually manages to reform the organization beyond his intense loquacious lip service work.

Most Yellow Pages advertising sales reps are greedy and unrealistic. I would say many of them are dumb, but I might lose a few friends. Seriously, how much is there to understand about an ad in a phone book. They might want to consider automating the process of purchasing yellow pages ads and transition the companies sales focus to more of a marketing/branding and promotion focused business model.

Well, time to get back to work. It takes a serious amount of energy and effort to start a business. Not as easy as buying an ad in the phone book.

I asked my future “local internet advertising boutique business partner” and chief web developer Jeff Swope what he felt makes he and I different from Idearc. (He has had the pleasure of getting an ear full of my soap box grandstanding over the years.)

His response:

We sell advertising, but advertising sales is not what we do. We are a small web Dallas area marketing boutique. We care about the success of our clients. We call our clients weekly and daily with innovative ideas. We believe that local advertising is as much about brand appearance as it is reputation and ethics. We are accountable. We are responsive.

I want to add:  We teach. My passion is to teach others what I know. I enjoy teaching my clients as well as learning from them.

What makes you the best in town is not just being the best but sharing what you know and being willing to spend the time effort and energy to learn more. I don’t have to the the authority for search engine optimization for all American Small Businesses. I just the SEO authority for my clients in Dallas-Fort Worth. My client who is a transmission shop doesn’t need to become the authority on Google for transmission repair in the United States, but just Garland, Plano, Lewisville and Dallas Tx.

Others in this organization might add that we don’t chase clients with contracts or big attorneys. When you have an issue, it is not softened by 4 mid-level managers before it gets to the desk of the CEO. In most cases you deal directly with the CEO. We have a team of pay-per-click campaign managers who don’t own the campaign after it is built. We build it for the client. We have content writers and web developers who utilize the latest innovations in Web 2.0 and content distribution. We don’t own the content or the site we build for the client. They do. If they cease doing business with our firm for any reason we can recommend another agency through the Dallas Fort Worth Search Engine Marketers Association. Benefit to the client is that most experienced developers can work with our existing efforts due to the capabilities of an open-source content management system like Joomla, WordPress, or Drupal.

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posted December 5, 2009 in Advertising & Marketing | Dallas - Fort Worth print Yellow Pages | Local Print Yellow Page Company Information | Rhetorical Questions | Uncategorized | YellowCrooks.com Information

When my former employer, Idearc Media, emerges from a questionable bankruptcy court the first of the year (on January 4th 2010), what do you think they will change the name to?

  • SuperMedia  www.SuperMedia.com
  • SuperLeads Media
  • SuperGuarantee (ServiceGuarantee) Yellow Pages

Does Verizon want out? Does the media company hurt Verizon’s reputation or vice-versa?

My thoughts:

I like the idea of changing the company name to “LocalSearch” Find It or something that insinuates this. Superpages does not really make as much sense…. It’s just “Super” {Ya Know}. Or what about Inceptor? Nope. I like the idea of naming it Local.com, R.H. Donnelley or IAC. There needs to be a few mergers for the company to sustain viability with a monopolizing industry in Local Search. Make the offer larger and more powerful. When #27 at 30 million visitors is not even close to #1 at 130+ million visitors and #1 dictates your future….. monopolies are your friend. A partnership with Twitter and Facebook…. something to bring new life in the company and offset losses from folks not paying for and not buying yellow pages.

The future name of the company needs to become something that is not the combination of two words like veritas (Latin for truth) and horizon or idea and arc. How about RHD or IAC? I think it is time some mergers take place in the local advertising industry! Hopefully someone other than a hedge fund like Paulson and Company step in and change the direction of the company.

Lets go to an online purchase model for the industry. Make the company more like McDonald’s. Need a web hosting package? Sure… we got it! Need a media consultant for yellow pages? Sure! That will be a number 5. The agent keys the order in the SuperViewable McTools system and whala… you got yourself a great bundle!

If you expect that to work in online advertising….. you need to make a trip to a local Dallas Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing training and networking class by the folks at www.DFWSEM.org, for a rude awakening. That business model only works when you sell listings on a website and print phone book ads. Not the advice you want from knowledgeable “media consultants.”

Yellow pages work well because you don’t have to bug a client after the product is purchased.  The internet, not so much. I plan on bugging my clients everyday… or every other day. Whatever is just enough to keep them on their toes in the ever-changing internet marketing environment!

That SuperViewable McTool system officially means you are no longer worth more than the next $79.00 Super Profile Page you are able to sell each day. What a living. What a great future. What a huge asset you are going to be. Congrats!

Meanwhile business owners will continue to pay for the advertisement of competitors (unlike Google and other forms of marketing) in the antiquated yellow pages due to the credit policies and pricing of the yellow page industry. Time to consider a consumer subscription based rewards yellow page business model if you ask me!

Idearc’s latest ideas from the executive team are failing. They rolled out www.SuperYellowPages.com which is an online version of the printed yellow pages. Can someone say “doomed for FAILURE.” Next was the Idearc Challenge (must have come from the Pepsi Challenge while Klein was in charge of Marketing at Pepsi) and that is failing because in many markets for 1/2 the price a YellowBook ad has more calls – a lower cost per call, and finally the SuperLeads was over-priced and the company had dismal sales results from the program. For the State of Texas, I can recall one new client listed in the SuperLeads program. The sales reps are not selling it as Idearc wants to charge over $30.00 per call. Doing the math on the spot with a client and they look at you like your just walked out of the local loony- bin claiming to be President of the United States. Pretty much everything rolled out in the big fancy Dallas national sales meeting back in February was a bust (minus the Menu Pricing, but of course the sales reps are still without “menus”.)

It is obvious to folks in the organization that, aside from copying the ServiceMagic ServiceGuarantee program, the executives of the company have very few solutions to fix the consumer perception of yellow pages, wasteful saturation distribution methods, sales tactics, lack of accountability in fulfillment, and offering a better online marketing solution that incorporates social and organic website marketing. The executives at Idearc Media could care less about what I or other knowledgeable folks who work with clients think about the ideas. The disconnect between marketing and sales is growing due to job cuts. Idearc is also moving account management jobs to the Union areas of the country (due to a 3 year outstanding contract with the CWA) and then will continue moving the jobs overseas to India. At the next quarterly earnings call be sure to ask them exactly what and how many jobs are now overseas. Everything the company is doing only focuses on cost cutting to support revenue. This is fine for Wall-Street investors but doesn’t address the problem of the long-term future of the company. Keep up this mentality and they will continue to piss off clients and lose future revenue from these clients. Just because you can lock a client into a contract, you have not actually created revenue for the company until the client pays for the advertising charges. The company has “hung paper” for as long as I have been in it. Quality control should be the #1 area of investment for the organization. Quality control does not happen when you send account management jobs to India. It may be wise for future investors to also ask them about the churn rate of clients and account receivables issues.

As far as the web marketing boutique you seek……. IS NOT the YELLOW PAGES! This is probably going to be my last comment on the subject as I am going to avoid sounding like a broken record.

(I am sure that the name change is going to create another issue with people paying their advertising bill. Great excuse! Who is SuperMedia Company? lol)

Cheers,

Mike Stewart

(NEWSFLASH: YELLOW PAGES SALES REPS ARE NOT SEARCH MARKETING EXPERTS. THEY ARE NOT ACCOUNTABLE FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN SELLING. WHEN THE SALES REP MAKES MORE THAN THE PERSON MANAGING THE ACCOUNT YOU HAVE ” ACCOUNTABILITY ” ISSUES. IDEARC/SUPERMEDIA INTERNET MARKETING TRAINING FOR SALES REPS IS WORSE THAN BASIC. DON”T EXPECT GOOD ADVICE OTHER THAN A PRODUCT PITCH.)

Idearc is now SuperMedia LLC

edit: This is for Michelle:

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posted October 26, 2009 in Advertising & Marketing

FairPoint phone company files for bankruptcy, Thanks Verizon! – Yahoo! News

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FairPoint Communication Phone Company is Bankrupt and files for Bankruptcy protection

We all knew it was going to happen. Verizon should be held accountable for actions related to bankruptcies of Idearc Media, FairPoint, and Hawaiian Telecom!

By CLARKE CANFIELD, Associated Press Writer Clarke Canfield, Associated Press Writer

PORTLAND, Maine – FairPoint Communications Inc. had its work cut out when it grew sixfold overnight by buying Verizon Communications’ land line and Internet operations in three New England states. But the nation’s credit crisis and a bungled technology transfer made the task virtually impossible.

With a battered financial sheet and a tattered reputation, FairPoint filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday, barely 18 months after becoming the dominant telecommunications company in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.

The bankruptcy filing was widely anticipated and fulfilled critics’ predictions that FairPoint was taking on more than it could handle when it bought the Verizon properties for $2.3 billion.

But nobody’s taking satisfaction in saying, “I told you so.”

“What good does it do us? We can say it, but we’re left here to do deal with it,” said Pete McLaughlin of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, which represents FairPoint employees.

FairPoint, based in Charlotte, N.C., owns and operates phone companies in 18 states with a total of 1.65 million lines. Its largest holdings are in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.

The company voluntarily filed for bankruptcy after agreeing on a deal with key lenders that would lower its debt from $2.7 billion to $1 billion and significantly cut its interest expenses, CEO David Hauser said. The plan is subject to approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York.

Hauser said the filing will not affect the company’s day-to-day operations or its efforts to expand its high-speed Internet network in northern New England.

“From a customer point of view, this is a nonevent,” he said.

Monday’s filing prompted the New York Stock Exchange to suspend trading in the company’s stock. The company was notified last month that its stock could be removed from the exchange because the price had fallen below $1 a share for 30 consecutive trading days.

Regulators and politicians said they would look out for the interests of FairPoint’s customers and workers. The regulatory boards in Maine and New Hampshire said they have hired bankruptcy specialists to help during the process. Staff members from the three states’ regulatory boards planned to meet with FairPoint’s management and staff on Monday.

“The creditors seem to be taken care of, but that doesn’t mean the consumers’ interests have been protected,” said Maine Public Advocate Richard Davies, who represents consumers.

Besides negotiating with banks and bondholders to restructure its debt, FairPoint has been asking its nearly 3,000 union employees in the three-state region for concessions in a cost-cutting move.

Union leaders, meanwhile, said FairPoint’s problems were caused by “crushing debt and an organizational chaos,” not by its work force.

When FairPoint first proposed buying Verizon’s land line and Internet assets in northern New England, opponents said FairPoint was too small to take on such a large network. At the time, FairPoint had 975 employees and about 300,000 access lines nationwide; Verizon had more than 3,000 employees and 1.6 million access lines in northern New England alone.

Davies said two events are largely to blame for the company’s unraveling.

After the purchase was approved by regulators in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, but before the acquisition was completed on April 1, 2008, FairPoint was hobbled by the Wall Street financial crisis, he said. To finance the deal, the company planned to issue bonds paying 8.125 percent but instead had to issue bonds that paid 13.125 percent — causing its interest payments to soar.

When the company switched from Verizon’s computer systems to its own network last winter, it was plagued with customer-service, order-fulfillment and billing problems. Those problems caused costs to go up and its customer base to go down.

“Two factors that are major contributors to this weren’t known to regulators at the time the deal was approved,” he said. “Hindsight is a wonderful thing and if we’d known all these things back then I’m sure there would’ve been a different decision.”

Meredith Hatfield, New Hampshire’s consumer advocate, said the challenge now will be advocating for customers’ interests and getting FairPoint to follow through on its commitments.

“Obviously ratepayers and customers of FairPoint potentially have a lot to lose,” she said.

FairPoint said it has about $46 million of cash on hand. It said it received commitments for a $75 million debtor-in-possession revolving credit facility while in bankruptcy.

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posted October 9, 2009 in Advertising & Marketing | Dallas - Fort Worth print Yellow Pages | DaLLAS area news | Dallas PPC Optimization | Dallas Search Engine Marketing | Dallas Search Engine Optimization | Local Print Yellow Page Company Information | Politics & Government | YellowCrooks.com Information

Here is an article that I have been biting my knuckles trying to keep quiet about.
WSJ Comments On Idearc Bankruptcy & Verizon Culpability : Natural Search Blog

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I read this article via a former employee of Idearc, one the Search Engine Marketing Industries most respected SEO consultants and who many believe to the the foremost experts on Local Search Marketing in the World, Chris Smith. Chris was formerly head of Idearc’s Search Engine Marketing team on the fella that helped put Superpages.com on the first page of Google. Chris did a tremendous job in the early day’s of local search beating other Internet Yellow Page Sites, such as YellowPages.com and Local.com (competing with keyword rich domains in the space is a challenge)

So the question is…. what do Idearc Media, FairPoint, and Hawaiian Telecom all have in common? They are all companies that Verizon spun off to fund Wireless and Fiber/TV/FIOS initiatives. Chris states, “Verizon might have some responsibility for the bankruptcies of Idearc, Hawaiian Telecom and FairPoint Communications”.

He also states:

In the case of Idearc, the business unit was too small to cause the great corporate mother ship to founder, and it’s the Verizon spin-off debt load it was saddled with that caused it to be unable to function in the first place. He misses the point that Verizon took too much money out of the spinoff deals. Those weren’t existing debts associated with those business units prior to their divestment.

These companies wouldn’t have “gone under” within Verizon. It’s possible that if a business unit starts to lose money for a quarter or two, the board would naturally require it to correct itself in some way.

I completely agree. I also think that the folks that worked for Ivan at Idearc at the time were over eager to accept whatever deal they could in order to be relieved of the burden of being under the Verizon direction. I don’t think it was smart of Kathy Harless and her team to take on such a debt burden…… seriously, over $9,000,000,000.00 for a company that has been losing its business to Google and Yellowbook and other competitors since 2001? It must have felt very confident on new product ideas such as Solutions at Home, Solutions Direct Mail, and Solutions on the Move! Nonetheless, the company would have never been able to create these new ideas and products under Verizon. Verizon used the Yellow Pages division as a cash cow to fund other ventures, then did it again when it unloaded debt on the smaller divisions.

I have a site that I am going to build: www.YellowCrooks.com, as I recently purchased the domain thanks to the idea from a former co-worker. He gave me the idea while being forced to watch an hour long rediculous “cocksure” video about sales, sales, and more sales. In my opinion sales was not the issue. The product offer and fulfillment was the major problem. (I have the credentials to state this since I was regarded as the most knowledgeable internet media consultant in the company {hey a FIGJAM moment for myself} and also have 3 President’s Awards for “Sales” in my 6.5 years in the division.) With the site I want folks to discuss what Verizon did. With all the transparency about Countrywide Mortgage and other recent events…. .why not?

Chris continues to state:

But, arguably these companies experienced a much higher degree of financial problems due to the extremely high debt they were required to service subsequent to spinoff. These spinoffs funded Verizon’s FiOS expansion — a gigantic project that was paid for by Verizon offloading the investment costs to the companies it spunoff.

It will be interesting to see if the Securities and Exchange Commission gives Verizon a pass on their spinoffs of bankrupt companies as Newmark seems to think reasonable, or if they don’t respond in some way to consumer and state government complaints.

In my opinion his comments are exactly why Idearc will have issues completing the bankruptcy. If I recall the company is going to come out with approx. 3 billion in debt when it emerges in Dec09/Jan10.

According to WebWire Press Release:

Idearc filed for voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy in order to renegotiate its debt. Although Idearc was not technically bankrupt with over $500 million cash in the bank and net cash flow of $300 million per year, the weak economy spurred creditors into lowering the outstanding debt from $9 billion down to $3 billion along with more flexible payment terms. One of the terms is that Idearc give anything over $150 million in their bank account to creditors in order to pay down the $3 billion in debt. Essentially, Idearc will always have $150 million in the bank and anything over that will be taken out to pay down debt. Idearc’s 3 billion dollar debt has a note rate of 12%, the annual debt service is $360 million dollars, about 12.1% of 2008 gross annual revenue. The creditors/lenders have already approved the reduction in debt. The company is now waiting for approval from its board and the bankruptcy judge. According to the new deal, Idearc must give the creditors $250 million from its cash reserves as a sign of good faith. This will put Idearc’s cash position at approximately $250 million after the deal is completed

I hope the folks at the Downtown Courthouse in Dallas are taking all this into account! I know the counsel for the unsecured creditors is sure going to put pressure on fiduciary responsibility of Verizon. But in my opinion (or should I say prediction is) Verizon will probably buy Idearc back in some Bernie Madoff type crony deal and leave shareholders with pocket lint. Why? Because this is America! Heck, Verizon offered a separations package to folks that left the company and put it in writing that folks would not be hired back, yet these folks were later rehired after taking the Voluntary Separation Package with very nice severance packages. Do I blame the cocksure guy from Pepsi? Nope! Not for the burden. But it kinda makes me think of folks saying that Obama is not to blame for Bush’s choices. Well….. that might not be a good example…. or might just be?? Obama’s choice to put my kids in debt with the “Spendulus Plan” and Bail Outs might compare to turning “America’s local ad agencies” into a telemarketing service or abandon the internet business in favor of trying to keep the print alive. Honestly I have heard rumors (like I said!!! RUMOR!!!) about Idearc not wanting to stick with the .com product it offers since all it can muster is riding the coattails of Google and Yahoo in search. Margins in print make it easy to have 3000 “sales” reps. The smaller margins in .com might move the company towards that of a Media Buying Ad Agency and the company might follow in Google’s self automated pricing structure. Why should prices of ads be so darn “negotiable”?

I’d go a bit further and also agree with Chris and state “that if it looks like a rat and smells like a rat, it’s a rat”.

In the meantime….. y’all wish me luck….. I am hoping to start a company doing what I do best……

HELPING DALLAS AREA BUSINESS OWNERS REACH THE TOP OF GOOGLE AND MAKE MONEY!

Oh, yeah…. I think I am going to offer to create PPC campaigns for FREE and not charge a management fee or have you sign a contract…. Might be the wave of the future. Call me for details. FREE Google PPC Campaigns are subject to me providing my SEO services. Although technically I am not in business… maybe I can show folks how profitable SEO can be!