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Local search grew 58% in 2008 and totaled to 15.7 billion searches. With so many people looking for local businesses, products, and services; it is only logical for businesses to build and consolidate their local presence. Here is how you can do it in 4 simple steps.
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from onreact 1787 Days ago #
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Good one, stumbled it.

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from vermasaurav 1787 Days ago #
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@onreact Thank you. I am glad you liked it.

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from footinmouthdisease 1784 Days ago #
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Good Post, but should note thattouchlocal.com, welovelocal.com are both just serving the U.K. and won’t work for american businesses (yet)

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from vermasaurav 1784 Days ago #
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@footinmouthdisease Point taken. I should have mentioned that. Thank you for pointing it out to me. 

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from thesayregroup 1781 Days ago #
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Great tips and websites. For reputation management it is always good to have your business listed at as many places as possible but mainly where you can control the content to a certain degree. Each place would have to be checked out as far as that but the more places the better if they fit the mold.

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from pbarnhart 1780 Days ago #
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This is a great list - but it *is* a lot of manual work.  Check out universalbusinesslisting.org to do a lot of the heavy lifting for yellow pages and listing serivces (wish I’d thought of that one!).

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