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    Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    Looks very interesting! https://moz.com/local

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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    Whoa big news. Thanks Malcolm!

    Here is the blog post at Moz detailing everything:

    Announcing Moz Local: Simultaneous Listing Management on All Major Aggregators for $49/Year - Moz

    And here is the official press release:

    Moz Releases New Local SEO Software - Moz
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    Very cool! I just took a look at the site (major upgrade), and i'm thinking about giving it a try. Does anyone have an idea what the distribution times are like? Yext has a direct feed with a lot of the companies they partner with, so they're able to do real time updates. Does Moz have a similar agreement with their partner sites to get faster updates?
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    Hi Eric, David just comment on that at Moz and he said what I would have said - depends on the provider.

    David said:

    "The time-to-live for listings you submit depends on the provider we send to. API-based platforms like Foursquare and Factual should go live in near-real-time; more traditional databases like Acxiom will probably take closer to 4-6 weeks before we can confirm that your listings are live."
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    They seem to be reselling a combination of Localeze, Acxiom and InfoUSA with a direct API feed to Factual and Foursquare.

    This is no different from you using Localeze, Acxiom and InfoUSA independently, but you save $$ by going with Moz if you're already distributing to these three guys.

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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    We'll also surface possible duplicate listings we discover across the ecosystem, provide you with the fastest path to correcting or closing those duplicates, and notify you of any unauthorized changes to your NAP that we come across in our local web crawl.
    That's awesome. What I'm curious about is if the ecosystem is just the partners or is it more widely distributed when looking for dupes and incorrect listings. Linda, thoughts?
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    I'm not sure Blake and don't want to speak for Moz, so I'll ask David to come over and answer that one.
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    Hi Blake,
    We'll show you duplicates anywhere we can (i.e. all of the sites in the moz.com/local/search feature). On sites where we have a direct distribution connection, we'll provide a one-click way to close those listings--this isn't quite live yet--and on sites where we don't, we'll send you to the appropriate area on that site (such as 'Report a Problem' on Google Maps)

    Hope that helps.
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    Thanks for answering that one David.

    And BIG congrats to you and the MOZ team. Huge win for all, including your customers, at that awesome price point!
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    Re: Goodbye, GetListed. Hello, Moz Local!

    I like the UI- very clean.



    But still a work in progress. I'm excited to see how this will evolve in the next few months.
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