As part of the wider Moz family, Moz Local offers a number of limited local services. To access some of their more powerful features you’ll need to sign up to Moz Pro. And, importantly, these features haven’t been designed with local businesses as their primary user. BrightLocal offers a truly local-first product to help businesses and agencies audit, track, and improve their presence.
|Citation Building Approach|
|No. of Sites in Network|
|Annual Recurring Fee|
|Data Aggregator Submissions|
|Price Aggregator Submissions|
|Can order Aggregators individually|
|Update Existing Listings|
|Build New Listings|
|Data is permanent|
|Remove Duplicate Listings|
|Manual Pre-Submission Checks|
|Other Local SEO Services|
|Local Rank Tracking|
|Local SEO Auditing|
|Google Business Profile Posting|
|White Label Reporting|
Moz Local is a service which submits local business data to ‘Local Data Aggregators’ and direct to a handful of local business directories through partnering with Uberall. Moz Local is used by local businesses and SEO Agencies to clean up existing listings and create new listings.
Moz Local is just one of many tools that offer this type of service. They have a good reputation, but are not the only option available to businesses and SEO professionals.
Moz Local has three different pricing tiers for their product, each of which works on an annual subscription basis. The Lite plan at $168 a year publishes to essential directory partners only with basic review management, whereas the Preferred plan, at $240 a year, includes social posting and reputation management. The Elite tier costs $396 a year and adds a number of additional directory submissions.
You can submit to additional aggregators for an extra monthly fee.
*This issue is not of Moz’s making – this is an aggregator issue and is a flaw in an aggregator-only approach to listings management.