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TD360 List Builder

Kick-start your online presence!

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Get Found Online!
The Power In Multiple
Directory Listings!

Listing Sync: Quickly establish accurate business listings on dozens of reputable sites. Plus, sync to Google My Business, Facebook, and Twitter for no additional charge.


Distribution: Build accurate business listings on the four major data aggregator Acxiom, Factual, Infogroup, and Neustar Localeze.


My Listing: Create a mobile-responsive business listing that is optimized for local searches.


Insights: Google Insights in Listing Builder gives you a valuable glimpse of your customer activity, including how they found your listing and what they do with it.

With our Product-Led Growth Program, the product drives the customers' experience. You can now offer an Express edition of Customer Voice with a clear upgrade path to Pro. See the feature breakdown below:

Getting Started

Get Exposed To All Local Customers By Being Everywhere They Are Searching!
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How It Works

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Package & pricing

Pricing:                               FREE          $19.99/Mo              $34.99
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Why is a strong presence important for local businesses?

A strong presence is the first step toward success. With Listing Builder, your clients are getting the most essential set of tools they need to start building their online reputation. And after you give it to them—for free!—they’ll need more of your solutions to take their marketing to the next level.


Why is it important for local businesses to have a mobile optimized listing?

For SEO, priority is given to good customer experience on mobile devices. Consumers will use mobile devices to find desired goods or services and will generally begin these searches with a category or brand search. For example, a brand search is “Joe’s Pizza in Denver” and a category search is “Pizza in Denver”.


(Note: On a mobile device the “in Denver” often does not need to be explicit.) In the case of a category search, the user has intent to purchase something in a category but has not decided or does not care about the brand.


In these searches, the user’s intent is generally heavily skewed toward proximity and location. So search engines generally deliver the closest locations and it is therefore important that location information is crawlable, is displayed on each page, and is in meta-data and keywords.

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