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KELO Pages

December 3, 2012, 9:50 PM by Angela Kennecke

KELO Pages

Those big paper phone books are becoming a thing of the past as people go online to look up people and business. Now you can locate business information through a new KELOLAND site. 

KELO Pages is something like the yellow pages, but this online directory offers much more than a paper directory ever could.

"It has a mobile component to it, so if you're out on the go, you can search for businesses, you can search for a service, category or buy a key word and find that business you want or service you want and it's also a great way to find deals," KELOLAND-TV Director of Marketing & Creative Services Paul Farmer said. 

And those deals on everything from haircuts to oil changes and food will be changing all the time.

But perhaps one of the best features on KELO Pages is the reviews of local business. We're looking for you to help provide them.

"The more people we have that review business, the [more] valuable it is for people who are looking for a service or product from a local business. They see the review, these are all local reviews so they can go in there and they know what they're getting into," Farmer said.

And if you're a business owner, go to KELO Pages and claim your business. That will allow you to provide your customers with all the information they need. 

There are thousands of businesses from all across the state listed on KELO pages, but you can narrow your search down by your specific locations. 

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