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Forbes

May 01, 2006

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The biggest problem is getting small mom-and-pop business owners-some 23 million of them-to sign up and pay for online ads. The auctioned-off, pay-per-click pricing for ads at search engines like Google and Yahoo! are far too complicated for small retail and service...

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The New York Times

April 30, 2000

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Another company, DAG Media, publishers of the 10-year-old Jewish Israeli Yellow Pages, rolled out its three-and-a-half pound New Yellow on March 31 and plans to deliver 900,000 copies by next month, said Assaf Ran, its president. The company is planning a second edition in October. And Ambassador Publishing, a privately held start-up, plans to publish a 1,600-page directory in November.

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InfoCommerceReport

April 2006

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"As Assaf Ran [DAG Media's chief executive officer], was developing his yellow pages products, he developed a referral service," said Alhadeff. "He realized the referral service was a real value add. But he also realized to make it scale, it was going to take some technology." DAG, which publishes and distributes Yellow Pages, business directories, and Ocean 7 began working on the project and building the technology last December.

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The Jewish Week

July 30, 1999

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After 10 years of publishing the Jewish-Israeli Yellow Pages in Jewish communities throughout the city, Assaf Ran will take on Bell Atlantic by printing what he is calling the New Yellow. "We will print 900,000 copies and deliver them door-to-door in Manhattan- covering every resident and business -- in March 2000, " said Ran. "This will break the monopoly of Bell Atlantic ."

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PAJAMASMEDIA™

June 20, 2006

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Want a business to call you? New York-based DAG Media Inc. (NASDAQ:DAGM) on Monday rolled out Next Yellow, an online advertising directory service that lets consumers enter what they are looking for -- and then pairs those requests with local businesses that contact the consumers.

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The New York Times

April 30, 2000

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Another company, DAG Media, publishers of the 10-year-old Jewish Israeli Yellow Pages, rolled out its three-and-a-half pound New Yellow on March 31 and plans to deliver 900,000 copies by next month, said Assaf Ran, its president. The company is planning a second edition in October. And Ambassador Publishing, a privately held start-up, plans to publish a 1,600-page directory in November.

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Newsday

September 12, 1999 | Newsday

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When Capt. Assaf Ran completed his service in the Israeli military, he started a publishing company to compete against the telephone directory monopoly in Israel. With the company successfully publishing independent telephone books in three Israeli cities by 1989, Ran moved to the United States to create a new company. Using his knowledge of his country's religion and culture, he decided to publish a bilingual Hebrew-English yellow pages for New York's Jewish community...

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Crain's New York Business

June 29, 1998

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Michael Radovich is half Jewish, his family's ancestry has nothing to do with why his firm advertises in the Jewish Israeli yellow pages. Instead, he finds the bilingual , hewbrew-english directory the best route to reaching the Jewish house hold, businesses and synagogues within his community. There's a very strong...

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