...it looks like this location is verified against both Facebook and Google. Because of that, any single change to just one of those listings (like an updated phone number) will not take effect until both show the change. Since you've only changed Google's number and not Facebook, your listing should stay as-is and only push out the old Facebook number. You can always check which number is on file in your Moz Local dashboard. So, no action is needed for this listing to continue pushing out the correct number.
Agreed on Yext. I use Moz Local for the aggregators because there's zero work from me for the most part. Is BrightLocal comparable in that area? Do you have to do a lot of leg work for them?@JoshuaMackens - we have never used Moz Local here and I used Yext once for a test client. I can't see the value in a reocurring bill for citations for our clients. Our experience with Bright Local was good. We didn't renew the data aggregators and thusfar I haven't seen any negative impacts from that because the core data on them didn't get deleted.
Hey @JoshuaMackens I think with Bright Local you need to participate in some verifications to get some of the listings live but other than that they take care of the workload.Is BrightLocal comparable in that area? Do you have to do a lot of leg work for them?
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