June 20, 2013—Marine Yellow Pages recently unveiled its new online directory site www.marineyellowpages.com. The new website features an interactive, user-friendly interface, offering an easy way for users to search for business solutions and for businesses to promote their products and services.
“With the launch of our new website, Marine Yellow Pages demonstrates our commitment to creating new technology-driven solutions for the marine industry,” says Eduardo Castañer, Publisher of Marine Yellow Pages. “The site offers a convenient way for marine professionals to access the information they need in the format they want it delivered.”
The site is structured by region—Atlantic States, Gulf States, Alaska/West Coast and National—and by ten market subsets, including Building & Repairing, Equipment/Systems, Propulsion and Supplies. Users can narrow down their searches within these ten markets by subcategory, location and keyword.
A free membership allows users to submit free listings, save listings, rate and review businesses and request a complimentary print directory. Social media integration and up-to-the-minute news from Marine Yellow Page’s sister publication, Marine Log, further enhances the user experience.
The website will provide marine businesses with a new avenue to reach prospects at the time and place where they make purchasing decisions. Four tiers of listings—Basic, Standard, Featured and Premium—offer varying levels of exposure. Enhanced listings allow businesses to reach their target audience, increase traffic to their websites and generate new business leads. Enhancements include featured positions in search results and the ability to add images, videos and resources to listings. Banner advertising is also available.
About Marine Yellow Pages
The Marine Yellow Pages is the complete guide to the commercial fishing, maritime, seafood processing, offshore oil, shipbuilding & repair, ports & harbors, and workboat industries. There are three printed versions: Alaska/West Coast, Atlantic States and Gulf States and an online directory site—www.marineyellowpages.com. Marine Yellow Pages is published by Davison Publishing, a division of Simmons-Boardman Publishing.