I didn't watch the whole video but if they give you 30 days for a refund, seems like you could do it just to see if they can do what they say they can do. I highly doubt it because they need traffic and I don't see them ranking on Google. So, where is the traffic coming from?Josh,
One more thing - have you seen this video - https://www.chamberofcommerce.com/videos/top5reasonstojoinchamber. A couple of points:
(1) I honestly didn't hear a single thing that was worth spending money on. Let me know if you agree.
(2) At the very end, he does say that you can get your $179 refunded in the first 30 days and still remain on their site. So, that's a (backhanded) way to get listed for free. I still say it's not worth it.
Nice Dusty. I'm curious though, I've had a lot of businesses on Moz Local for awhile now but none of them show up on COC. The majority of these businesses have been on Moz Local enough to catch a data refresh on COC (1 year plus). And COC isn't the only website like this. There are quite a few websites out there that claim to use expressupdate, axciom, or localeze and don't have my clients' data. So, either Moz Local isn't feeding data correctly, the data aggregators aren't getting the data out, or these local search directories don't refresh as much as they say. I better the latter.So, emailed them to see where they get their data from and the said the following:
"We receive our information from several third party sources, but chamberofcommerce.com uses Acxiom as our primary data source."