places-listed-online
Show your expertise by telling contractors how you helped others solve a problem or gave them a better way of doing a job.

Have you recently Googled where to eat out in your area? Have you searched for a popular local hairdresser to go to? Your customers are doing the exact same thing when it comes to your business. If you want to make it easier for customers to learn about what you offer and make contact, here are a few reputable sites and handy resources where you can list your business.

1. Yellow Pages print and digital

Wherever customers look to connect with businesses, your business needs to be listed there. Many people trust in Yellow Pages print and online advertising solutions to find what they’re looking for, so you should make the most of these options.

2. White Pages digital

To put it into perspective, 19 million searches are made on the White Pages each week, and seven out of 10 searches lead to a business being contacted. That’s a lot of eyeballs that could be on your business. An online listing will boost your exposure on search engines and appease your mobile customers, as the site is designed with all devices in mind – from a tablet to a desktop computer.

3. Sensis Free Listing  

Whether you’re just getting started or want to expand your customer base, a great way to spread the word that you are open for business is with a free listing in the Yellow Pages and White Pages. Listings will appear online at yellowpages.com.au, via mobile devices and in a range of Sensis products, including placement under an appropriate heading in the relevant Yellow Pages print book. 

4. White Pages Network

You can further establish your presence on the White Pages Network and stand out from your competitors with solutions such as a ‘business elite package’, which places you in an online brochure and the phone book, where specific design features including bigger, bolder font and a dividing border will really make your entry stand out.

Your online brochure digital listing showcases your business with your branding and logo, email and website, products and services, opening hours and more.

5. Google My Business

Registering for a business listing on Google is free and simple to do. Your business listing will show on Google Maps and satisfied customers can leave feedback and reviews on your Google+ page. You can verify and supply your business details to include your opening hours, product and service offerings, photos, videos and more. 

Related Products

View more products