SuperMedia (NASDAQ:SPMD), a trusted local marketing advisor for small to medium-sized businesses across the United States, earned a 2012 Industry Excellence Award from the Local Search Association at the organization’s annual conference in Boca Raton, Fla.
SuperMedia’s SocialEze solution was recognized in the Excellence in Social Marketing by a Publisher or Agency category, which recognizes one solution employing social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ with user-generated content to increases sales leads that can be validated by documented results.
“SocialEze is a simple, easy to use solution that enables small and medium-sized businesses to build relationships with consumers through social media,” said Mat Stover, chief marketing officer, SuperMedia. “It offers comprehensive value, with automated tip posting, integration of business content and regular consultation with a social media expert, at a competitive price. The SuperMedia team took an innovative approach to match the priority requirements of local businesses with the best opportunities to reach consumers and efficient, easy-to-use functionality. This Local Search Association award recognizes great work by SuperMedia employees to create great value for our clients.”
The annual Local Search Association conference allows attendees from around the globe to review local search and advertising trends and achievements, exchange ideas and best practices, and explore opportunities to improve the quality of service member firms offer to their customers around the world.About SuperMedia LLC SuperMedia LLC (NASDAQ: SPMD) helps small and medium-sized businesses grow through effective local marketing solutions across print, online, mobile and social media. SuperMedia solutions include: the award-winning SuperGuarantee® program, Superpages® directories, published for Verizon®, FairPoint® and Frontier®, Superpages.com®, EveryCarListed.com®, Superpages for your mobile and Superpages direct mail products. For more information, visit www.supermedia.com. (SPMD-G)