The Top 10 Yellow Pages sites for your local business

Searching Google with personalisation turned off, I summarised the ten best Internet Yellow Pages for SEO. The points across all queries are summed up and averaged to come up with the listing below:

1. Superpages
The site has a super guarantee offered to their users wherein they assure to find a super business next to the user’s location. The popular categories are listed in alphabetical order such as balloon arrangements, beauty salons, and card shops among others. Quality local businesses are also accessible through the Super pages mobile.

2. Citysearch

This local guide covers 75,000 locations nationwide, which promise users to live smarter and better in their areas. Their search results are a combination of actual use comments, expert advice from businesses and editorial recommendations. You also have the chance to vote for the top local businesses nationwide through the Best of Citysearch competition.

3. Yelp
The site allows you to browse instantly through popular categories such as restaurants, food, nightlife, shopping, etc. You have the option to write a review or read existing ones. You can also invite friends, talk and engage in messaging. Their catchphrase is that the site is the fun and easy way to find and talk about great and not-so-great local businesses.

4. Yahoo Local
Yahoo has its own local search with categories in alphabetical order. Under the main search themes are sub-categories that make it easier to search for the exact topic. Side by side with the categories are the user reviews with the corresponding rating. You can also look for the most popular search in a city, maps, events and buzz. The service is personalised for Yahoo account owners with alerts, reviews and collections.

5. InsiderPages
Founded in 2004 by Stuart Macfarlane, InsiderPages has already 600,000 reviews before being acquired by IAC, the operators of Citysearch. Its home page has top five categories like health and medical, home and garden, hair and beauty, auto services, and pets. Its battle cry is “recommendations for things that matter most”.

6. is a wholly owned subsidiary by AT&T. In 2008, it ended on the 21st spot from the 100 most downloaded applications for the Apple smartphone. You have the option to find a business, person and deals. There are maps, mobile applications and options for advertisement.

7. BizJournals
The site’s home page features business news from their 40 markets, as well as the most popular searches. There is also information about people like executive profile, names in the news and beginners to big shots. Their exclusives include app reviews, policy tracker, and on numbers. Job seekers can post a job and look for employers.

8. AreaConnect

The site covers 3,594 cities and towns in the United States. This local search tool allows you to search multiple white pages, yellow pages and directories. It has a list of the most popular cities. You can also search for news, directories and weather.

9. MagicYellow
Categories and sub-categories fill the home page of MagicYellow. If you don’t know what you are looking for, you will readily have an idea. There are hundreds of sub-categories to choose from among the most popular categories. Latest reviews of businesses are presented, as well as the recently added businesses.

10. Switchboard
This is a simple digital directory to find a business, car or a person. You have the option to search by distance, browse by category, and browse by location. It is your phone directory for yellow pages and white pages.

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