UBL and GetListed Develop Data Monitoring Tool

The folks behind UniversalBusinessListing and GetListed have gotten together and developed a tool that “will check the presence of business listings as they are seen on major search engines and online Yellow Page directories, then highlight variances and corrections that are required,” according to the press release.

The tool is in an invitation-only private beta but it sounds like an enhancement of what GetListed has already been doing.

I spoke to UBL’s Doyal Bryant at the YPA event earlier this year about the announcement but haven’t since.

This will be most valuable for third parties working in the SMB segment and on behalf of SMB advertisers.

There isn’t an exhaustive list of sites that will be included but probably the three major search engines, IYP sites and a few others such as Yelp.


One Response to “UBL and GetListed Develop Data Monitoring Tool”

  1. Chris Travers Says:

    Thanks for picking up on the importance of this – we have indeed extended the GetListed capability to check on more data points of a business’s online identity, and enabled bulk upload so we can analyze thousands at a time. most importantly we have extended the number of search sites – and this list will be growing all the time, including adding analysis of the data aggregators who provide the underlying databases – so we can get as close to the source of the data as possible.

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