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Barry Murray Video Blog #1: Yellow Pages Advertising

Advertising & Marketing

Murray provides his insights into “Yellow Page Advertising in the Age of the Internet.”

| March 16, 2011

Barry Murray, president of Murray Group LLC, is producing a series of video blogs for PCT on advertising and marketing. In the first video blog, Murray provides his insights into “Yellow Page Advertising in the Age of the Internet.”

CLICK HERE to watch.

  • Future video blogs will include:
  • Does Direct Mail Work for Our Industry
  • How to I Know My Advertising is Giving Me a Good Return on My Investment (ROI)
  • How Can I Get my Website to Perform Better
  • Pay Per Click Advertising for Pest Control
If you have questions that you would like to submit to for consideration, email them to Barry@murraygroupllc.com.   

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