I will continue the discussion of new
holographic models, in which the hadron masses
are generated due to the dilaton condensation.
The two-point vector correlator will be
calcalated and the absence of contrubution
corresponding to the dimension-two condensate
will be demonstrated. Then I consider briefly an
alternative variant for the model. After that we
will discuss how one can make use of the
information from the low-energy domain for
analytical continuation of correlators to small
values of momenta. This method is shown to
modify the spectrum and improve considerably the
agreement with the phenomenology.