PO Box 1036
Monument, CO 80132
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Welcome to Echopages! Your Local Yellow Page Publisher.
Established in 2002 Echo Pages is a full-service independent publisher of local print and on-line yellow and white page telephone directories / phone books designed to meet the needs of both businesses and residents. Since its beginnings, Echo Pages has enjoyed sales and revenue growth at rates much faster than the yellow page industry as a whole. We publish local phone books for markets near Denver and Colorado Springs Colorado. Echo Pages showcases local businesses, rather than forcing business owners to pay for advertising their products and services to people in geographically distant towns who never or only occasionally shop in the target market. Users of Echo Pages local directories likewise are spared the burden of searching among listings and advertisements that are too remote to be capable of serving their needs.
Business owners that advertise in Echo Pages only pay for advertising that has the potential to reach their customers – people who live or work in the towns where their businesses are located. Lower advertising rates charged by Echo Pages allows businesses to target their customers at very low cost. Echo Pages are high–quality, full–color directories, that truly represents the regions they serve. They are designed to be a convenient source of information for use in homes, offices, businesses, in hotel and motel rooms, and in automobiles. Some of the unique features of Echo Pages include their colorful covers, alphabetical white pages with bolded business listings, and addresses published with postal ZIP Codes.
These directories are a convenient guide to users who seek information about where to eat, and which merchants and service providers market the products they need. Each directory contains a restaurant menu section, valuable coupons, and information about local attractions and seasonal events, and they display seating charts and contact phone numbers for local stadiums and theaters. Blue–border pages contain easy access emergency numbers and frequently called numbers, social and professional services providers and community organizations, and city, county, state and national governmental listings. Local map sections are printed in color, with parks, libraries, museums, churches and schools marked for user convenience. Many users prefer the Echo Pages Telephone Directories because they are small enough to be held comfortably in one hand, unlike the typical utility directory that weighs five to ten pounds, may be three to four inches thick, and must be laid on a large counter–top in order to be searched effectively. Echo Pages are published in two or three column of crisp readable print, rather than in four or five column of small type that is typical of the utility directories.
Businesses that advertise in the Echo Pages report the quality of their printed ads to be outstanding, and they find the price to be substantially lower than the cost of publishing advertising in the utility books. Usage studies demonstrate that Echo Pages has high levels of user preference. Businesses seeking to grow their customer–base and improve their bottom–line do well to advertise with Echo Pages – it is a results–oriented company.