What Are Citations?

A citation is an online reference to your business. It can be on another website, on social media, a blog or any other digital platform that refers to your business name, address and phone number (typically).

Most citations do not link to your website unless you subscribe to a small subscription fee. The more your business is listed on trusted websites, the higher Google and other search engines will index your website.

While some platforms have a higher domain authority than others, the category relevancy is more important. Therefore, having a ‘Nail & Beauty’ directory on a ‘Construction’ platform will be irrelevant and a waste of time.

How Do Citations Benefit My Business?

Citations are an important factor for your local SEO rankings. When set up correctly, citations can lead to improved rankings.

Another great benefit is that some of the citation websites rank on the first page. Thus, your listing has a strong chance of receiving a lot more traffic a lot sooner.

How Do We Start?

We create a GMAIL email address for your business on your behalf. Thereafter, we submit the citations using the GMAIL account we created.

There a few reasons we do this; all necessary parties can have access to the account. Submitting citations leads to dozens of emails, including unwanted subscription emails.

Once submitted, we will send you a list of the websites your business has been added to. Additionally, we add the password for each listing so you are able to manage them whenever you please.

The following information is needed to successfully submit local citations:

Citation Requirements
  • Business Name
  • Business Address
  • Top 5 products and/or services
  • Contact Number
  • Email Address
  • Website URL
  • Social Media URL’s (if any)

Would You Like To Sign Up To Our Citation Submission?

Of course you want to sign up! Our citation services are fast and affordable. We love assisting small businesses to the best of our ability.

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