We currently integrate with the following Local review sites. Not all review sites support review monitoring, bold sites also support review monitoring.

BBB develops and administers self-regulation programs for the business community with the support of National Advertising Review Council, Association of National Advertisers, American Association of Advertising Agencies, American Advertising Federation, Direct Marketing Association, Electronic Retailing Association, and the Interactive Advertising Bureau. Additionally, the company provides business reliability reports, educational information, complaint and dispute resolution support, and advisory services. It caters to businesses, consumers, charities, and donors.

 

EZlocal provides a full suite of affordable web services to help businesses attract more customers with a focus on local online visibility. Founded in 2007, we power our work with proprietary technology (2010 Chicago Innovation Awards finalists) and dedicated account teams that develop and manage custom campaigns helping businesses achieve top local placement on sites like Google, Yahoo! and Bing as well as relevant and high-traffic search directories, social networks, online maps and mobile devices

 

Judy’s Book is a search service for finding local and online coupons, sales and deals. It’s kind of like that wad of coupons your grandma carries around with her but way bigger and more resourceful and you can add reviews.┬áJudy’s Book allows small businesses to submit their deal info, which the site publishes in a highly searchable way. Users can track item categories or specific local and online stores. Any online or local store can build a Judy’s Book profile that users can review and rate.

 

RateABiz is the premier reviews site for all kinds of local service providers, provide free access to millions of authentic reviews from actual customers. RateABiz actively manages review content across more than 300 service categories for medical professionals, contractors, auto shops, lawyers and many more in the United States and Canada.

 

Tupalo is a social yellow pages community, based in Vienna, Austria, containing an international database of local businesses for social people. Content on Tupalo is available for visitors and registered members, via a city-based organizational structure, which divides content into categories, tags and keywords. Registered users are able to collect friends and businesses in a social network environment, as well as create custom sets, which act as mini-city guides. In addition, registered users are able to edit local business entries in a wiki-like environment and participate in city, or topic-focused discussion groups.

 

YellowBot seeks to be a hyper-local search engine and community discussion resource. YellowBot designed to allow consumers to find exactly what they are looking for in the search area. Their search engine has been in beta over over a year, but is not publicly open. Yellow bot is entering a space crowded with players.