Add A Business To Local Pages
Local Business Citation Service Done-For-You.
100% manually submitted with a full submission report.
Local Citations are multiple consistent mentions of your business information on website directories and other properties found on the internet. Search engines like Google use these mentions as a trust signal and consistent NAP citations of your business will help you to rank within local Google search results.
This is a submission only service with downloadable submission report. We create a new email address used for all citation submissions. Service is limited to 100 citations max per business address. You’ll be provided with any login information for each business citation.
Local Pages Yellow Pages, Deals and Coupons
Local Pages offers a multitude of online advertising opportunities for small businesses, starting with a free basic business listing. Local Pages works in a similar fashion to Yelp and other business directories, allowing visitors to type in a business category along with a city and state or zip code. Local Pages then uses the information to pull up a search results page with relevant listings. The top listings are sponsored ads, followed by video results and then free listings. Each basic listing contains a business name, phone number and address, but no photos or logos.
Local Pages has a separate section for business reviews, as well as a section for the top online deals. Both of these sections pull up lists of the site’s latest recommendations, but the lists are not divided by category or neighborhood.
If you’re looking for a deal site to advertise with, Local Pages could be an option. Consumers sign up to the site to learn about deep discounts in their neighborhoods, and there is a heading for local food deals as well as one for general local deals. Local Pages also features a “deal of the day” prominently on their home page. Customers must purchase these deals as vouchers; however, Local Pages also offers traditional coupons, which they may print at no charge.
On a different note, Local Pages also has a local news section. They don’t write their own stories, but they do collect them from local newspapers as well as press release services and other sources. When you click on a news headline posted on Local Pages, you are directed to the site that first published it.
If you own a business, it would be wise to procure a basic, free listing on Local Pages. Online advertising is your best marketing bet these days, and every business profile you put out there could turn into a new client base.