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How can I add a new listing?
How can I add a new listing?
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Written by Brandon Austin
Updated over a week ago

We have made it easy to put up listings for free. The more listings you have, the better your chances of reaching your communities and potential clients.

To add a new listing:

  1. At the homepage of the dashboard, click “Add a New Listing”

  2. Select “New Listing” or “Let Us Help”

The “New Listing” option is straightforward. All professionals and organizations can use this option to add a free listing by inputting some basic information.

The “Let Us Help” option is only available for licensed professionals in the US and Canada who wish to add an individual listing. Our team will help with the manual entry.

New Listing

All professionals and organizations can easily add Free Listings, by selecting the “New Listing” option:

  1. Select a directory group (e.g. accountants, doctors, lawyers etc.).

  2. Select your directory of choice.

  3. Click “Add Free Listing” and your new listing is saved in your dashboard.

  4. Fill in the required fields (i.e. name, picture, website, practice area, languages, bio).

  5. Submit your listing for review.

All new listings are Free Listings, i.e. published for free. Free Listings can be upgraded anytime to Sponsor Listings for a monthly or annual fee.

Though only basic information is required for listings to be published, we recommend that more information be listed so that listings can be matched with referral requests. Read about our paid referral service.

Let us help

If you are a licensed professional, let us do the manual entry for your individual listing by selecting “Let Us Help”:

  1. Fill in your name, license state and license number.

  2. Provide a link to your most updated information.

  3. Click “Submit”.

  4. Someone from our team will review your information, send you a list of directories for your approval, and add your details to the listings. You will be notified when your listing is published.

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