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Here are over 50 directories to list your business in alphabetical order:

  1. Angie’s list. Angie's List connects you with vetted pros, verified reviews, and fair pricing for any home project or service — from cleaning and lawn care to repairs and renovations. List here.
  2. Apple Maps. Visit Apple Maps Connect. Login or create a new Apple ID. You will be prompted to a menu called “Small Business.” Click “Add My Business”. Enter your business name and location to find your listing in the Apple Maps directory. If not found, click “Add new place.” It has a domain rating of 97.
  3. Better Business Bureau (BBB). To start the process of creating a new BBB Business Profile, please provide some basic information about the business using the form below. Please include the name and location of the business to help BBB identify and add the correct business. Join here.
  4. Bing Places for Business. Customers are searching online for businesses like yours. Bing helps you get your business online for free. It has a domain rating of 93. Join here.
  5. Bizwiki
  6. Black owned business directories                                           
  7. Brownbook
  8. Business Local Pages
  9. Citysearch
  10. CitySlick
  11. CitySquares
  12. Cylex
  13. Dun&Bradstreet. Dun & Bradstreet is a company that provides commercial data for businesses. While you may not be looking for b2b customers, D&B is a core data provider to several other consumer business directories. When you create a free listing on this site, you’re creating accurate data at the source, ensuring propagation of good data about your business elsewhere on the web.  Join here.
  14. Google My Business. Shoppers use the most popular search engine for information about and directions to local stores. For everything. It’s the main street of the web. According to Google, 50% of all the mobile consumers who use Google for local searches in a day visit the businesses they search. It has a domain rating of 98. Guide: How to claim your Google My Business listing
  1. HERE Map Creator
  2. HomeAdvisor
  3. Hotfrog
  4. HubSpot Solutions Directory. Join the directory to get found by businesses searching for an agency or service provider to hire. HubSpot has 44,000+ customers in 100+ countries. Many customers outsource a portion of their marketing to a provider.
  5. iBegin
  6. Infignos
  7. InfoUSA
  8. Insider Pages
  9. Judy's Book
  10. Just Local Business
  11. com
  12. Manta. Publish your business information on Manta.com and 60+ other business directories across the web. Join here.
  13. Business listings are a powerful way for local business owners to be found on the web. A MapQuest Business Listing can strengthen the web presence of your business and help your potential clients find you most efficiently. Submit a request here.
  14. Need to create an account Join here.
  15. com
  16. Nextdoor for local businesses. Need to create an account. Join here.
  17. Opendi
  18. Queer owned business directories.
  19. ShowMeLocal
  20. Sitejabber
  21. Super Pages.
  22. Thumbtack. Build a winning profile by adding reviews, prices, and featured projects for free. Join here.
  23. TomTom
  24. TripAdvisor. Another top five review website, TripAdvisor’s 415 million monthly users have smoke coming from their keyboards — over 535 million reviews have been published on the site. Your small business, especially if it’s in the hospitality space, is missing out on a windfall of digital awareness and feedback if you’re not on TripAdvisor. Guide: How to claim your business listing on TripAdvisor
  25. Tupalo
  26. USdirectory
  27. Veteran owned business directories
  28. Vertical directory. In this digital age, we live in a world with a wealth of information and specialization. That is why it is important to find a directory that is specific to your business. Run a search in Google for your business category (“ice cream shop” or “event planner”) and look for websites which help people find the right business. For lawyers, you’ll find the site Avvo, for doctors there’s Healthgrades. Many verticals have their own business directory websites that get lots of traffic and can bring you tremendous visibility with your target market. 
  29. Whitepages
  30. Woman owned business directories.
  31. Yahoo Small Business. We know Google reigns supreme in search, but Yahoo is still used by 1 billionpotential small business customers people every month. Why? For some, it’s preference. For others, especially Firefox web browsers, it’s the default on their machine. Similar to Google My Business, Yahoo partners with Yext (below) to display local small business listings in search results. It has a domain rating of 91. Create and claim your Yahoo business listing.
  32. Yellow Pages Directory Inc. Ensure your business can be found on our proprietary online directories with over 4.4 billion reference per year. Join here.
  33. YellowBot
  34. Yelp for Business. Yelp is the third most popular review website on the web, Yelp is used daily by millions searching for local small businesses, especially restaurants. It has a domain rating of 94. Please write us a review at https://www.yelp.com/biz/lauren-simone-publishing-house-hartford. Here is your gudeHow to claim your business on Yelp
  35. Yellowpages.com which has now been rebranded as YP.com comes in at our number 9 slot. This is the new and improved version of the giant phonebook your parents used. Under pressure from the likes of Google and Yelp, Yellowpages has a fresh look and more social content and features. They also distribute listings to a number of syndication partners. The site itself currently gets 29 million visits per month.
  36. Zomato


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