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Local Listing Distribution Services

Providing Services For 9,595 Local Businesses And Counting

Get On Top Local Listing Sites & Data Aggregators

Get listed on the top local listing, business directories, data aggregators and yellow pages sites with a one time payment.

Improve NAP Consistency, Accuracy & Completness

Increase your Consistency, Accuracy and Completeness score by correctly listing your site on top local listing sites and business directories

Increase Your Local/Maps Search Positions

Improve your rankings on local/maps results by signalling Google with a complete, consistent and accurage Local listing profile

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We manually submit your site to a full spectrum of authoritative local listing sites, no monthly subscription required.

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On-page Optimization

One-Month Delivery

Full SEO Report

Supercharge Your SEO With a One-time Payment

Our One-time paid optimization and listing distribution services help you boost your SEO, supercharge your website and increase your rankings without the need to bound to any monthly plan.

Plan A
$199
Plan B
$299
Plan C
$699
Add/Optimize Your Google Places Listing
Submission to Listing Sites
25 Local Listing Sites
30 Local Listing Sites
50 Local Listing Sites
SEO Status Report
One Time Keywords Ranking Report
On-Page Optimization
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Up to 5 Pages
Up to 20 Pages
Website Speed Optimization
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Infogroup, Acxiom, Factual, Neustar and Foursquare
Find You Up to 150 Low Competitive, Easy Ranking Long-tail Keywords to Target With Your Blog Posts
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Frequently Asked Question

NAP refers to your business name, address and phone number. Your NAP accuracy and completeness is a crucial factor, among all, in your local SEO rankings. Your NAP information on each local listing site is referred to as a citation. There are many places across the internet that your business can be found, and it is important to be sure that each citation is consistent and accurate. Google uses the data it can gather from all of these sources to help determine your rankings. Google will scan the web for references to your business name, address, phone number and other information. That information is compared, and Google is influenced by whether you are found, and then whether that information is both consistent and matches your Google Business listing information and the information listed on your website.
Local Galex, the Nexunom’s FREE Local Citation Scan Tool, allows you to check your listings on over 60 different sites across the internet, including Google, Bing, Yelp, Facebook, YellowPages, and other important local search sites. The information can be shared with anyone that needs to be aware of your local citations. The higher your local business completeness and accuracy scores on your NAP scan, the better your local SEO will be. But not only that, it ensures your customers can find you online, and in person.
Your accuracy score helps you ensure information found online is correct and up-to-date. If you have changed business locations or phone numbers, you can ensure that potential client will see the most up to date name, address and phone number on the most important local listing sites. Our accuracy score helps you ensure information found online is correct and up-to-date. If you have changed business locations or phone numbers, you can ensure that potential client will see the most up to date name, address and phone number on the most important local listing sites. Your completeness score ensures that your listing is on the most important local listing sites, making it easy for potential customers to find you or call your business.
Your completeness score ensures that your listing is on the most important local listing sites, making it easy for potential customers to find you or call your business. In turn, having both accurate and complete listings across the internet will help your local rankings.
As per Google, the three main local ranking factors are proximity, relevancy, and prominency. Proximity is the distance between the searcher and your location. The closer your location is to the user's physical location, or the location word in the user's search term, the higher the chances of ranking in one to third local results. Relevancy is the category of the business listing, your website content, and the other factors that let Google discover you as a relevant business to what the user is looking to find. Prominency is how strong or in Google's word how well-known your business is relative to your competitors. A complete, accurate, and consistent citation profile among the other local/general factors helps your business to be seen more prominent in the eyes of Google.
Local data aggregators are web services that collect, share, and spread local business information throughout the web. Major search engines use these data aggregators to learn more about local businesses for their local/maps results. The four major data aggregators in the U.S.A are:
  • Acxiom (www.acxiom.com)
  • Factual (www.factual.com)
  • Infogroup (www.expressupdate.com)
  • Localeze (www.neustarlocaleze.biz)