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Yellow Pages & Directories

NDMR is a print and Internet Yellow Page agency specializing in regional and national advertising for over fifteen years. We provide a high impact, cost effective print, Internet Yellow Page campaign and search engine marketing campaigns with proven results.

We are a member of the Yellow Page Integrated Media Association, and are qualified and designated as a Certified Marketing Representative. This allows us to place all of your Yellow Page print advertising, and online Internet Yellow Page advertising at national discounted rates worldwide.

Trust us to change your current Yellow Page advertising into a dynamic, cost-effective, call-generating program. Our experience is unmatched, and our commitment to our clients is unwavering.

We help our regional and national advertisers receive the same expertise afforded to the larger national competitors, and give them an edge over the local businesses. We identify their needs and goals, and utilize our buying power with the publishers to obtain larger discounts.

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Social Media Mistakes

I often hear from clients that social media marketing is “easy” and that “anyone can do it” or that they’d rather pay their best friend’s 17 year-old niece to do it because she’s “really into Facebook and stuff.” Yes, these are real things I’ve heard before. Many times I witness

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