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Quick Cheap way to get all citations correct.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mobrich24, Jul 28, 2017.

  1. Mobrich24

    Mobrich24 Junior Member

    Jun 3, 2016
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    So I was doing my citations like normal and I found that i was doing the zipcode wrong. I was like oh shit what do I do I went back trying to correct them and i found that alot of the directories dont respond after you submit your info so i was kinda freakin out right. Well then I came across a rep that said he had back end access to all the directories over 100 of them and for a 3 month contract of $59 per month he could update them all with a click of a button. That come out to like $180 which is about the cost of a monthly majestic subscription. So I signed up and now all my citations are correct and matching exctly and in 3 months im going to cancel and the great thing is that my citations don't disapear or change at all. They stay the same!!!

    So if your planning on building citations for hundreds of bpns then i dont think it would be cost efficent but if you are working on client money sites and your getting a monthly fee of say $500 or $2000 whatever you may charge then this is a cheap effective way to secure all your citations with little hassle at all. It lets you focus on what really needs to be done and thats content creation.

    Chime in and tell me what you think. Happy Friday and if anyones in Portland Oregon then a BEER is on me tonight if you are brave enough to venture into Rockwood
  2. sully1975

    sully1975 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Nov 1, 2014
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    I seem to have an issue with citations myself. We have been in existence for 43 years and have various problems. Our fax as our number on a very few, our town by itself, our town with township at the end, the neighboring town which we share our zipcode with, zip+four, etc......

    I have spent some time and money attempting to correct them. They got better, but never near perfect.