Top 10 Local Directories

Google Local

Yahoo Local

Yellow Pages Local
Find online Yellow Pages business listings, phone numbers, addresses, maps, driving directions and more in this online directory

infoUSA
infoUSA is a major business directory whose data is used as a starting point by many local search engines. If you have a new business, or have moved addresses or changed phone numbers, it is essential to update your information with infoUSA.

Acxiom – unfortunately, you cannot submit your business to Acxiom online

InsiderPages

SuperPages
Superpages.com is a top online resource for finding information and insights on businesses and retailers. Google and Yahoo often “double-check” Superpages.com to make sure they’re showing correct business information. Here’s where to claim your listing.

Yelp
Yelp is a very popular Local information portal on the U.S. West Coast, and in certain industries across the rest of the country. If you are in the hospitality industry, especially bars and restaurants, it is essential to claim your profile on Yelp.

Localeze

Best of Web

Other prominent Local Listings sources include:

iBegin

OpenList
A company called Marchex operates network of Local search websites under the umbrella of OpenList.com. Submitting your business to OpenList.com can often lead to listings on multiple websites within this network.

Citysearch
Citysearch is a major competitor of Yelp that charges you to claim your business listing. It can be expensive but again, if you’re in the hospitality industry, it’s probably worth the investment to claim your listing on Citysearch. note, Citysearch requires participation in a paid placement program