GetListed.org is a cool free tool I have been using for many of my Local SEO campaigns. GetListed has been around for a year or so now, but they recently upgraded their local dashboard to track many more local listing indexes. They currently will track your business addresses on Google Places, Yahoo Local, Bing Local, Yelp, BOTW, and HotFrog.
If you have multiple business addresses, this tool can be invaluable for keeping track of your local SEO efforts. Check out this screen shot of the dashboard:
I have found that managing clients with many addresses can be very hard to keep track of. This website will help centralize most of your efforts with the most important local indexes out there. The control panel clearly shows you where your listing has been claimed and where it needs to be added.
For the interface to work properly, you need to make sure you use the same format for your listings across all local websites. You do not want slightly different titles or addresses between sites. If this is the case with your listings, claim them and make them all uniform with the same title, address, URL, local phone number and other relevant info.
Here are a couple more screen shots of the admin control panel:
The listing snapshot shows you where your listing has been claimed and needs to be claimed. The one below gives you a clear to-do list to get all you listings filled out correctly and receive a 100% complete in the GetListed control panel.
The admin also allows you to review your complete listings for each major local vendor, see all your listing reviews in on place and provides suggestions on other sites to submit your listings to like localeze.com and universalbusinesslistings.org.
The website is also a great place to learn more about local SEO and stay on top of the latest local SEO news. I recommend it for the business owners who want an easy (free) way to improve their local search traffic and the experienced SEO who needs a centralized place to track their local SEO efforts.
Thanks to David Mihm (a great source for local SEO info) and the others at GetListed.org for their hard work on this tool.
Please share your thoughts or local SEO tips in the comments.