A Must Read Book By Andrew Reilly

Proven Solutions – To Build A Website That Sells
We strongly suggest that you consider purchasing this book by Author and Owner of United Web Works, Mr. Andrew Reilly. He is an authority on the subject of Search Engine Optimization and Web Site Construction.
Have you ever wondered why some websites suceed so amazingly at bringing in the revenues and others are such duds?

The most critical factors of website building, the very elements that determine whether your site visitor will become your customer, have been unavailable to you until now.Website Building Book
“Andrew Reilley is a leader in the industry and I value the information this book provides. If you want to be competitive in the marketplace then you need to read and put into practice Andrews’ sound advice. This is a quick and easy read that is a must for any business leader.”

Jerry Avery, Director of Marketing, Comcast Cable

“Finally, a book that covers everything […]

By |March 19th, 2009|Andrew Reilly, Business News|Comments Off on A Must Read Book By Andrew Reilly

Pay Per Click – Is PPC the new Yellow Pages?

Example: Anytime Fitness Health Club Located in Roswell, Georgia
Pay per click advertising is fast becoming the new yellow pages. It is imperative for small business owners, who have traditionally relied upon yellow pages for their business leads, to begin to understand the true power of the Internet. In areas where DSL and Broadband Internet penetration and connectivity rates are high, pay per click has virtually replaced the phone book as the method used by most people to look up phone numbers for businesses. Here is an example of that phenomenom. In February, the yellow pages delivered approximately 30 business calls from current club members, over 100 calls from companies trying to sell our client their products and services, and literally zero calls from new prospective clients seeking a club membership. A total of zero new club members can be attributed to the yellow page advertising program during February. These numbers are accurate and verifiable, given, […]

By |March 9th, 2009|Business News, Flyline Search Marketing, Google Advertising|Comments Off on Pay Per Click – Is PPC the new Yellow Pages?

Dwight Houser Joins Flyline Search Marketing

After spending nearly 30 years working in the Advertising & Publishing field, for the likes of Southern Bell, Bellsouth and AT&T, Dwight Houser has elected to join the Flyline Search Marketing team. We and our client base are excited to have someone with his vast industry knowledge and skill join our firm. Mr. Houser is considered by most to be a yellow pages print and internet industry expert. His presence will most certainly bring an immediate and positive impact to our client base. Please join us in welcoming Dwight to the Flyline team. We will keep everyone apprised of his adventures as his legend grows as part of the Flyline organization.

You may reach Dwight by calling our Flyline offices at 1-866-258-5511 or emailing him at dwight@flylinesearchmarketing.com

By |January 11th, 2009|Business News, Dwight Houser, Flyline Search Marketing|Comments Off on Dwight Houser Joins Flyline Search Marketing

News Flash – Reuters Chooses Verizon

Reuters news agency is reporting today that Verizon has chosen Microsoft to be its mobile search partner.
Verizon Communications Inc who had been courted by Google, Yahoo and Microsoft and has reported selected Microsoft Corp to provide Internet search services for cell phones. This would seem to be a significant missed opportunity by Google and Yahoo. Verizon Chief Executive Ivan Seidenberg said on Wednesday that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer would announce the deal later in the day at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Seidenberg gave no further details.
For more on the story check out the article in Reuters (See Link Below)


By |January 7th, 2009|Business News, Reuters, Verizon|Comments Off on News Flash – Reuters Chooses Verizon

comScore Networks – Tracking Study

Tracking study of Internet usage indicates Americans are heavily using search engines

What the Research Shows

— Americans conducted 6.7 billion total searches in December

— 44% of those searches were done at university based computers.

— 49% of those search occurred from work based computers.

— The average Internet user performed 33 searches in June.

— The average visit to a search engine resulted in 4.4 searches.

— The average user spent 41 minutes at search engine sites.

By |December 15th, 2008|Business News, comScore|Comments Off on comScore Networks – Tracking Study

A Tough Message For AT&T Employees To Cope With At Christmas Time

Breaking News – Message Below From At&t Leadership
In response to several factors that are impacting our industry and our company, AT&T today announced the elimination of 12,000 management and non-management jobs across the company. The reductions will occur in December and throughout 2009.

The reduction of about 4 percent of our workforce is tied to three primary factors: a decline in customer spending driven by economic pressures; a continued industrywide trend of residential customers shifting from wired voice to wireless and broadband, and competition; and our more streamlined organizational structure which allows us to operate more effectively and efficiently.

In response to these business and economic factors, AT&T plans to reduce its 2009 capital expenditures from 2008 levels. Capital plans for 2009 are being finalized now and specific guidance will be provided when the company releases its fourth quarter results in late January.

“Given the current economic pressures and the business outlook for 2009, we need to make […]

By |December 4th, 2008|At&t, Business News|Comments Off on A Tough Message For AT&T Employees To Cope With At Christmas Time

Traditional Media Is Fragmenting

Today’s traditional media world is becoming an increasingly fragmented landscape. Television, Radio, Yellow Pages, Magazines and Newspapers are all struggling to protect their advertising revenues. Let’s examine a few of the emerging trends that have the media and publishing company executives scratching their heads.
The TV industry is struggling with the fact that more and more homeowners now own TiVo’s and DVR’s. These devices are used to record favorite shows and to avoid TV commercials when viewing the recorded programming. Another challenge is the proliferation of channels now available. Homeowners who have cable or satellite television generally have more than 100 channels of programming available to choose from. Reaching that mass audience that used to exclusively watch traditional network programming is virtually impossible. In today’s market, advertising spend must now be spread across multiple stations in order to reach that same target audience.
How many of you have purchased new vehicles over the past several years. If […]

By |November 14th, 2008|Business News, Media Fragmentation|Comments Off on Traditional Media Is Fragmenting

Yahoo – Google Deal Off The Table

Breaking News
Here is a letter we received from Hilary Schneider, Executive Vice President at Yahoo. We think this information is important to our readers and are sharing it. 


Dear Advertiser,

We wanted to reach out to you directly regarding Google’s decision, announced earlier today, to terminate the advertising services agreement that the companies announced in June. Yahoo! continues to believe in the benefits of the agreement, and is disappointed that Google has elected to withdraw from the agreement rather than defend it in court. Google notified Yahoo! of its refusal to move forward with implementation of the agreement following indication from the Department of Justice that it would seek to block it, despite Yahoo!’s proposed revisions to address the DOJ’s and advertisers’ concerns.

While disappointed by this turn of events, we are writing to you to reaffirm our commitment to working together to drive your advertising results, and to provide the continued leadership you expect. The fact […]

By |November 5th, 2008|Business News, Google Advertising, Yahoo Advertising|Comments Off on Yahoo – Google Deal Off The Table