Yellow Pages Kenya Relaunches Website With Focus on Improved User Experience
The global business listings company, Yellow Pages has today relaunched its website to provide quick navigation services to help consumers access more information.FROM LEFT: Yellow Pages ICT Manager Kennedy Nduati, Yellow Pages Communication Manager Bertha Ngaru and Yellow Pages Kenya Chief Executive Pedro Gomes during the website relaunch of Yellow Pages. Yellow Pages Kenya among other African countries including Angola, Cape Verde, and Sao tome have launched a user friendly website interface to improve users access more information. Image Credit: Chatter Africa Media
The improved user-friendly website, www.yellowpageskenya.com, aims to encourage users to find fresh and relevant information on various categories. Places to be, popular category articles, discover what you are missing and grow with us are a few of the categories that have been introduced on the new website.
Speaking during the launch of the new website, Yellow Pages Chief Executive Pedro Gomes said that with the new features enhancements, the redesigned website will help improve the user experience for the current millions of its customers who search for contacts.
“The new website homepage is easy on the eye providing more information at a glance as compared to the previous website, allowing users to instantly find what they are looking for. Client research page is also more friendly, organised and less scattered, “ said Gomes.
In an effort to also grow its contact listings, Yellow Pages has also partnered with key organizations to provide comprehensive contact resources to consumers. The partnerships are committed to understanding the growth of SME’s and creating access to information on different business enterprises.
“We have a dedicated team which constantly updates contacts. On average, over 1,500 new contacts are included daily in our directories. Users can get contacts, opening-closing hours, product-services among other services and products of any organization, “said Gomes.
The launch of the Yellow Pages website took place at the same day and time as other African countries including Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, and Sao tome among other countries.
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Yellow Pages Kenya among other African countries including Angola, Cape Verde, and Sao Tome has launched a user-friendly website interface to improve users access more information. The launch of the Yellow Pages website took place on the same day and time.
The redesigned website aims to encourage millions of users to explore various contact categories.On average, over 1,500 updates on contacts are included daily in the Yellow Pages Kenya online directories.