Microsoft's Sidewalk Pulls Sales Force In-House

March 1999
Brandweek;03/22/99, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p47
Trade Publication
Provides information on the sales of Sidewalk, the online directory service of Microsoft Corp. Benefits of bringing its sales force in-house; Estimated number of advertisers at Sidewalk.


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