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What is the status column for?


If you have started running searches in the Local Citation Finder, you have likely noticed a column in your search results where you can assign a status to each citation source. This will help keep you organized as you gradually work through the various citation sites. Here's a general rundown o...

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After I run a search, what do I look for to determine where I should create new listings?


So, you've made the decision to purchase a Local Citation Finder subscription and find some top-notch directories where you can create new listings for your business; good for you! This is an amazing way to get valuable insight on your industry and see how you are performing against local competi...

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Why is the competition showing up in search results?


It's expected that your competitors will show up in the results when you run a search in the Local Citation Finder. It is a competitive analysis tool, after all. It determines who is ranking in the top 7 positions, then goes out and finds all the places on the web where they are getting mentioned...

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The sites that I mark as "got it" and "useless" are affecting my other searches, how can I fix this?


Both the "got it" and "useless" boxes are very helpful when you are building citations in the Local Citation Finder. They allow you to keep track of the new citations you have built and get rid of any unwanted sites that are not relevant or don't allow for submissions. However...

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Why are some of these results "useless"?


Please keep in mind that the system will find all kinds of other citation sources beyond just simple directories you can submit to. It's competitive analysis. It shows you sites that your competitors are getting citations on, and those could be newspaper sites, local blogs, university sites, etc....

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How do I compare my citations to other businesses?


To compare your citations with a single competitor:Run a phone number search for your business.Run a phone number search for your competitor.In the Your Search Results tab, put a check beside each of those searches.At the top of the table, select "compare" from the dropdown, and click G...

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