DALLAS -- As summer sizzles down, Verizon SuperPages.com (www.superpages.com) is cranking up the heat with the introduction of a new Web search toolbar. The free toolbar allows users to quickly search Yellow Pages with the leading online phone directory, find individuals with people pages, as well as locate maps and get driving directions to local businesses.
The Verizon SuperPages.com toolbar is compatible with other Web search toolbars, allowing two or more to appear on a user's browser at the same time. The new toolbar features a pop-up blocker that users can turn on and off at their convenience. Users can opt to allow pop-up ads from the sites they choose by adding them to a list.
Another added benefit is the ability of the Verizon SuperPages.com toolbar to highlight search terms so users can find relevant results faster.
"Our new Web search toolbar is one more way to connect consumers with relevant content," said Eric Chandler, vice president of e-commerce marketing. "The Verizon SuperPages.com toolbar loads quickly. It makes searching online for national or local products and services easier."
The free Web search toolbar can be downloaded at www.superpages.com/toolbar.
Based in the Dallas area, Verizon Information Services is a directory content provider for communications products and services, with approximately $4.1 billion in revenues. Verizon Information Services provides the nation's best multi-platform directory and business information service, through its Verizon SuperPages, Verizon SuperPages.com and SuperPages On the Go. SuperPages On The Go is offered on Get It Now services through Verizon Wireless and other carriers. The company also is the largest publisher of Hispanic directories in the U.S. and the first to provide a Hispanic online shopping information resource, SuperPages.com en Espanol. Verizon Information Services is a unit of Verizon Communications Inc.