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Local SEO Guide (Part 4): 55 Local Listings You Need

By SEO Staff Writer

local-seo-icon.pngIn part 3 of this local SEO guide, we discussed 7 local SEO best practices. This part, part 4, will provide you a list of 50+ local listings you should look at getting your business listed on.

While not every local listing may be relevant to your business, these are the top local listings and local search directories that your business should at least look at.

Important Note: Don’t just try to get listed on every local search directory possible. Make sure you’re creating quality listings, and not just aiming for quantity.

Local Search Listings:

  1. Google
  2. Bing
  3. Yahoo
  4. Facebook
  5. LinkedIn
  6. Twitter
  7. Instagram
  8. Pinterest
  9. YouTube
  10. Yelp
  11. MapQuest
  12. Foursquare
  13. Merchant Circle
  14. Topix
  15. Manta
  16. The Business Journal
  17. Better Business Bureau
  18. ChamberofCommerce.com and your local chamber
  19. Angie’s List
  20. TripAdvisor
  21. Thumbtack
  22. HomeAdvisor
  23. Yellow Pages
  24. Superpages
  25. White Pages
  26. Yellowbook
  27. 411.com
  28. 8coupons
  29. About.me
  30. Best of the Web
  31. Switchboard
  32. DexKnows
  33. Kudzu
  34. Hotfrog
  35. Local.com
  36. USCity
  37. USDirectory.com
  38. EZlocal
  39. LocalStack
  40. Brownbook
  41. CitySquares
  42. eLocal
  43. Factual
  44. Judy’s Book
  45. Insider Pages
  46. ShowMeLocal
  47. CitySearch
  48. YellowBot
  49. Pushlocal
  50. City-Data
  51. Zomato
  52. Acxiom
  53. My Huckleberry
  54. Industry relevant listings
  55. Other relevant local search directories

Want a Complete Guide to Local SEO?

We've put together a complete local SEO guide so that businesses have a better overall understand of what local SEO is, what's required and how to go about getting listed on several local search listings. 

To get it, download our local SEO eBook, which includes these listings.

Local SEO Guide



What did you think of our 4-part local SEO blog series? 

We'd love to get your thoughts and opinions on our local SEO blogs and any suggestions for a future blog series. Also, if you think I left out an important local search directory, please leave it in the comments below. 

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