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With Yellow Pages Steady Decline In Overall Traffic for 2016, Is It Still Worth Running Ads on Them?

Back in the old days when before the internet became widely popular, most people had to rely on the yellow pages for their information. They used to check out job ads and other ads in the yellow pages and also look for people or companies' contact details. Nowadays, the yellow pages are actually becoming less and less popular since everything can be access through the internet.
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