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Top 10 FREE Sites to List Your New Business

Existing Businesses Should Make Sure They're Already Listed

Published September 11, 2017
  1. Google My Business

    GMB is important if you want your business to show up locally in Google search results and on Google Maps.  Creating a GMB listing can help Google better understand your business, providing key information on search results.

  2. Bing Places For Business

    While Google holds the majority of search queries today, Bing is still a popular search engine. Make sure you're signed up at bingplaces.com.

  3. Yelp

    While existing businesses most likely already have a free business listing on Yelp, it's important to claim that listing.  By claiming your free listing you can make sure the information is complete, accurate, and respond to consumer reviews and questions.

  4. Facebook Business Page

    As the most prominent social media with billions of active users, every business should claim its Business Page. While you don't have to continuously post updates, you should at least fill out the profile in an effort to build brand awareness, allow users to share your services with others, and allow customers to contact you.

  5. Angie's List

    Angie's List offers free business listings. Because this directory is so well-known, having a business profile on AL can not only improve SEO, but generate new leads via the platform.

  6. Merchant Circle

    Merchant Circle is another well-known online directory. Such established directories are a great method of not only building incoming links to a new website, but to generate leads and interest in a company's services.

  7. LinkedIn

    LinkedIn is a business-centric social media platform. Securing your business listing with LinkedIn is a great method of spreading awareness while also networking with other businesses and their associates that can result in new leads, referrals, and sales.

  8. MapQuest/Yext

    MapQuest/Yext is another well-known and readily utilized online directory and information source, that allows you to claim your business profile, and help direct how your business information appears on the internet.

  9. TripAdvisor

    For those businesses that are near popular vacation spots, or attractions, getting your business listed with TripAdvisor is an excellent way to make sure your business gets listed on location and attractions search results for TripAdvisor customers.

  10. Local.com

    Local.com provides free business listings that are easy to signup for, and help generate interest and awareness in new and small businesses within different localities.

Are There Other's Specific To You?

Depending on your industry, there are many more directories and networks that may be industry or location specific.  Searching and then signing up for free listings on RELEVANT directories can help generate leads and awareness.

Top 10 FREE Sites to List Your New Business

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