PostedJanuary 16, 2007
ListLocalBusiness.com just announced the launch of a new network of local business directories covering more than 85% of U.S. markets. The network includes more than 60 websites, each one covering a specific, vertical business. Each website is organized on a geographic basis, and listings can be submitted to the required market page.
Listings in the directories are completely free of charge to the listing business. The typical listing includes:
According to Neil Street, editor of ListLocalBusiness.com, the long-term goal for this network is to establish each website as a significant consumer destination, aimed at consumers who are searching for a business or service in their local market. Unlike purely regional directories, a vertical directory organized by market allows for the inclusion of a deeper array of business-specific information and resources, to assist consumers. Each website already includes an articles section, and businesses can gain further exposure and linkbacks by contributing short, original articles. Future plans call for increasingly richer content to be added to each site.
Currently, more than 60 business categories are available. To see the list of categories, and to add a listing for a business, visit: http://www.ListLocalBusiness.com
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