How to find all of the citation sites your website is on?

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  1. Flex1

    Flex1 Regular Member Premium Member

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    If I'm going to take on a client that has already has some SEO done to his site, is there a way to see a list of local citation sites his site is already listed on so I don't double add it and waste time?
     
  2. Blue Label

    Blue Label Registered Member

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    You can use a service like Whitespark for example. Or you can google like this "adress xx" "business name" to find it manually.
     
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  3. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    Go to Brightlocal.com (If you are in the US, Canada, UK, or Australia - feel free to PM for my referral link). You do not need a credit card to get the trial.

    Start the free trial, and run a citation report on your customer. If you are going to keep using this service (I do) set up the rank tracking, run a google local + report, and a website seo evaluation.

    The citation report will show you all the current citations you have, a list of the ones you may have missed, and any pending that you have submitted from your efforts.

    The seo evaluation will give you a quick in depth look at the top 20 pages of your site, as well as a general overview of the SEO status.

    The Google local + report will bring up your competitors profile, so you can see where your listing compares to theirs.

    I also use Xenu link checker to check for broken links, and validate the sites as much as possible.

    If you do not want to join brightlocal, I will run the reports for you on demand for $20.