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    Re: Anyone used Web 2.0 Ranker Citation Submission Service?

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    Years ago, I hired this company for some editorial link building. I was extremely unimpressed. I'll spare you the details, but let's just say I'd look in another direction before considering this company.

    These aggregators look like a great price compared to the bigger names (such as Yext, which now has an option for aggregators). I think price is their thing. If you have budget restrictions, they might be the ones for you. But my clients pay me for a 99%tile level of quality and results. There is no room for experimenting with people who have proven to be unreliable in the past.

    I'm pleased with the responsiveness of my rep at Yext. I'm not 100% sure if I'll be using Yext in a year, but for now they seem to be taking their role in my SEO strategy seriously. There are a lot of options out there for citations.
    Yext submits to aggregators now? All 4?
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    Re: Anyone used Web 2.0 Ranker Citation Submission Service?

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    Yext submits to aggregators now? All 4?
    Yes, I have this option enabled for all my clients. I'm told it's a new option for agencies. I think it's around $30/mo extra.

    Yext is a significant investment in terms of citations. But it seems to be doing fairly well, so far. I just hired a new employee who will be handling Yext. So I might have more info on the effectiveness in a few months.

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    Re: Anyone used Web 2.0 Ranker Citation Submission Service?

    So $360 a year, recurring, for aggregators?

    Yext's markup is serious. They should be making a ton of money.
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    Re: Anyone used Web 2.0 Ranker Citation Submission Service?

    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaMackens View Post
    So $360 a year, recurring, for aggregators?

    Yext's markup is serious. They should be making a ton of money.
    I have to check the numbers, soon. I think that's the total cost, all citations included. I remember it being cheaper than Moz Local and White Spark when I signed up.

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    Re: Anyone used Web 2.0 Ranker Citation Submission Service?

    I'm late to this thread, but I've used them in the past. For data aggregator service, maybe it would be OK, but for their standard profile building service, I would not recommend. All their profiles are built in the Philippines using dummy gmails, which in a few cases have gotten suspended when I tested. At that point you get locked out of the accounts and have no way to access in the future.

    They need to tighten up security and do mail hosting from a unique domain like Bright Local does to get this right. The cost is lower than other services, but the time you will need to invest on the phone with them to try and sort that crap out just isn't worth it. You'll end up losing a client or two because of it if you don't catch it quick enough.
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