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US Telco Signs Up To Auckland-based Netconcepts

Giant US Telco Signs Up To Auckland-based Netconcepts

Global telecommunications giant Verizon has selected Auckland-based Netconcepts to improve its search-engine exposure of its Superpages.com website.

Superpages.com is the Internet’s number one directory and shopping resource and one of the top fifty most visited sites on the Web.

Netconcepts managing director Stephan Spencer said this deal presented enormous opportunities for the company. “We have every confidence that Netconcepts can help take the Superpages.com directory to new heights on search engine lists,” Mr Spencer said.

Verizon Superpages.com Manager - Technology & Advanced Development, Chris Smith, says Netconcepts offers unique expertise in search engine optimization.

“We felt that Netconcepts's understanding of search engine rankings would give SuperPages.com a distinct advantage over other online directories,” he said.

For further information please contact: Stephan Spencer Managing Director Netconcepts Ph 09 476 4601 Mob 021 476 880

About Netconcepts Founded in 1995, Netconcepts is an online marketing and web development company, specialising in search engine optimisation (SEO) and e-commerce. The company has more than 450 clients in NZ and the US. Major NZ clients include Westpac, Auckland University Business School, Fletcher Construction, Vector, Prime TV, Villa Maria and NZ Post. Major US clients, some of which have revenues in excess of US$1 billion, include Verizon, REI, AOL, Sara Lee Direct, MP3.com, American Marketing Association, Ritz Camera, InfoSpace, Kohl's, The Sharper Image, Wella, Gorton's, Cabela's, and WellPoint.

Netconcepts has partnered with Performics, the leading performance based online marketing service and technology provider in the US. Performics was recently acquired by DoubleClick, the global leader in online marketing, which brokers over US$100M of revenue for SEO services.

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