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Are you Local?

Google Pin Point.jpgAt this point you would have to be crazy if your business is not located in the major Internet Yellow Page search engines. Or perhaps you don’t know about them. If the latter is the case, welcome; visit the sites below and begin placing your business in as many of these sites as you can!

What are the Internet Yellow Page search engines (IYPs)?

you ask, well my friend they are a number of websites that list your company or organization based on a geographic location. And many of them are FREE! I won’t bore you with unnecessary jibber jabber, I’ll just list a number of IYPs I’ve found over the years. And please bookmark this page as I will be adding to this list as I continue my everlasting search. Do visit these sites and take a few minutes to add your company. It will help us die-hard local searchers find your company, and bring you additional customer to boot.

Without further ado, in no particular order, the list:

Nationwide Internet Yellow Page Web Sites:
Click the “Add my business” link to add your business today.

Local City Guides and Recommendation Web Sites:

Region Specific Internet Yellow Page Sites:

Mobile/Cell phone Friendly Internet Yellow Page Sites:

Coupon/Savings Internet Yellow Page Sites:

Info/Data Companies for Internet Yellow Page Sites:

If this has helped you in anyway let me know. Leave your comments below. Thanks.

Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier is Atilus' Director of Operations and helps to oversee all client accounts and day-to-day operations. Kristen also has a background in digital marketing, and has been working in the digital marketing space since 2012.

Recent Comments | 7 Comments
  • Jermaine Primus

    Hi Justin, thanks for stopping by.

    Yes it’s true that many of the sites above feed off of each other, unfortunately most only borrow the basic information like company title, physical address, and sometimes a phone number. I would suggest that every business update their information in all of the above (with more coming) and make sure their products and or services, hours of operation, and website addresses are correct on all of them. Perhaps one day a there will be a way to consolidate all the information on all the IYP’s, but for now we must do them all individually.

  • Jermaine Primus

    Hi Kevin. Congrats on 500,000 members. I hope that MerchantCircle continues to grow and help many more local businesses.

  • Justin

    Thanks for such a great list! I signed up for most of them but it seems some use the same yellowpage database but just have different configurations.

  • Kevin L.

    Thanks for including us on the list. An update -MerchantCircle recently crossed 500,000 members. We’re proud to help local businesses acquire customers by offering an alternative to over-priced, ineffective offline marketing channels.  We’ve been interviewing our merchants in all 50 states you can read about their MerchantCircle experience here:

    We’re committed to providing every local business a web presence, easy-to-use marekting tools and a platform for connecting with other merchants, all for free.  As always, please email any questions or concerns to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and we will respond as soon as possible.

  • Scott Clark

    Great post! Great list! I had no idea there were so many…

  • Jermaine Primus

    Thanks Bjorn, Yellowbot added.

  • Ask Bjørn Hansen

    Hi there,

    Great list.  My advice would be to first focus on getting added to the data companies – Localeze, Infousa, Acxiom, etc.  From there most of the online directories and local search sites will eventually get the new listing.

    Of course, you also left out our local search site, YellowBot!  grin  It’s at

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