Looking for a citation research tool


Lloyd Silver

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I'm looking for a tool to research citations for specific companies. Something similar to Yext that will let us know what citations exist and whether there are duplicates, NAP issues, etc.

Any suggestions?
 

Broland

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We have something that is right now still only for private use that I'm willing to let you Beta test. Just send a PM.
 

Lloyd Silver

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Thanks Broland, will do.

I wasn't aware that Whitespark had a research tool other than Local Citation Finder? I typically just use Yext's tool but if the client is currently using Yext it's not helpful. It just tells you that they are synced up but ignores the possibility of duplicates still existing.

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Broland, I don't see any way of sending a private message in the system. I went to your site and submitted an alpha request for directorybug scanner and mentioned your name.

Thanks.
 

Megan Martell

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If I understand you correctly it seems as if you are looking for a tool that finds potential duplicate listings and a research tool for citation building?

For Duplicates I like the Moz tool, previously getlisted.org.

For citation building I like Whitespark.

Hopefully that helps.

Megan
 

Linda Buquet

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Broland, I don't see any way of sending a private message in the system. I went to your site and submitted an alpha request for directorybug scanner and mentioned your name.
Hi Lloyd, in future just click someone's name and then you'll see the Private Message option.
 
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Hi. Just in case you missed the announcement we just added a nice new feature to our CitationTracker tool - 'Top Citations'

This feature focuses on in the most valuable top 40-50 citations in each country (US, UK, Can & Aus). It shows you where you are & are not listed so you can quickly focus on the most important citations (based on Domain Authority & Citation Value).

It also looks at the main data aggregators - Localeze, Axciom, InfoUSA & Factual - so you know if you have listings on these important data providers as well as end directories.

Here's an example of this new feature - http://www.local-marketing-reports.com/citation-reports/4810141961909c90a30551486c91b8716e21b8b2/18621
 

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