Submit to 5 Major Data Aggregator Networks
Data Axle, Foursquare, Neustar Localeze, Yellow Pages Network, and GPS Network.
Just $25 per Aggregator Network, or all 5 for $100—saving 20%.
Business data is checked and submitted within 5 days.
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Widen the reach of your business data across the web by combining manual local citation submissions with Data Aggregator Networks.
A free Citation Builder account gives immediate access to both.
From a single dashboard, you can create, update, and manage listings ‘at source’, and quickly get your business information pushed out to 1,000s of sites.
Whether you’re managing one location or 10,000, BrightLocal is the most cost-effective solution for getting business data distributed through your choice of Local Data Aggregator Network.
Neustar Localeze – $25 per location
Data Axle – $25 per location
Foursquare – $25 per location
Yellow Pages Network – $25 per location
GPS Network – $25 per location
All 5 – $100 per location (20% discount)
A local data aggregator is a platform that submits business data to a network of citation sites. They act a little like a marketplace that trades business information, and can make citation building a quick and easy process.
Learn more about data aggregators here.
The main difference is the speed and coverage. With a data aggregator, you’ll be added to a finite number of sites based on the citation sites within each aggregator network, although you’re not guaranteed to get a listing on every site. This happens quite quickly and can save you time.
On the other hand manual submissions, as the name suggests, have to be built manually, one by one. You can spend time doing this yourself or use a citation building service to greatly speed up the process.
For further information on the differences between data aggregators and manual submissions read our article Manual Submissions vs. Aggregator Submissions: What’s the Best Approach?