Yell Debuts More ‘Web 2.0’ Design, Features

Yell, which seems to be doing redesigns and feature upgrades every couple months, has redesigned its home page, upgraded maps and directions and added personalization features (i.e., MyYell). It has also added the now-ubiquitous tag cloud:

I don’t favor the “three box” approach, however.


Update: I was informed by Yell that the “MyYell” functionality won’t be live until February 2008.

4 Responses to “Yell Debuts More ‘Web 2.0’ Design, Features”

  1. darknight247 Says:

    Any word on on when the current US site “” will implement changes?

  2. Greg Sterling Says:

    No. Yellow Book from what I can tell operates in a fairly independent way.

  3. Doug Mehus Says:

    That’s one of the nicest online yellow pages Web designs I’ve seen yet. I’d rank it third, after number one ranked Yellow Pages Group Co. in Canada ( and number two ranked in the U.S.


  4. Steve Espinosa Says:

    From what I have seen is that the tagging method vastly increases pages getting found faster and especially the pages that are attracting more attention will get updated faster and more often.

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