Local Citation Builders Offer International Citation Service

Local Citation Builders Offer International Citation Service

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Local Citation Builders is proud to announce that it is expanding its service packages to reach international clientele.

June 24, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

In just a short period of time, Local Citation Builders has grown to expand its services to other countries, and is growing at a rapid pace.

Local Citation Builders is proud to announce that it is expanding its service packages to reach international clientele. After seeing much success on the local forefront, the founders of Local Citation Builders have set off to duplicate it nationally, in countries such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa. This is just the beginning for the company; as these international packages are being rolled out, plans for additional countries are in the works.

Local Citation Builders is growing at a rapid pace. In December 2013, it launched after four months of beta testing. Just six months later, it has achieved many milestones and seen extensive positive reviews.

“No matter where you are in the world, if you have a local business, citation building is necessary,” say co-founders Lonnie Fore and Mike Castleberg. “Working with a reputable company like ours, you’ll get your return on investment in no time, and the service practically pays for itself with the long term results you’ll see.”

The first page of Google search results is a coveted spot for businesses and brands. Studies have shown that most people look at the top three results, and typically don’t move on the second page. The goal of Local Citation Builders is to assist local companies and SEO services in making the cut. Its high-quality citation building packages are cost-effective, and each package comes with professional support from seasoned experts.

In today’s competitive age of the internet marketing, it is no longer enough to simply have a great service or product. There are thousands of businesses, locally and nationally, competing for the same spot. Local citations provide mentions of a website on business directories, which increases their reputability with major search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo. This puts the business utilizing local citations at an advantage.

Although local citation building accounts for 25 percent of a local business’s search ranking, many people aren’t aware of or cannot properly utilize the service. Building citation building is a complex process that is time-consuming—especially for those who are not experts and who need to focus more on running a business than ensuring things are going smoothly on the back end. Local Citation Builders offers competitive wholesale prices, ranging from $69.99 for 100 local citations to $189.00 for 300 citations. International citation packages are currently $99.99.

About Local Citation Builders:

Local Citation Builders was born out of a humble beginning. Co-founders Lonnie Fore and Mike Castleberg had been outsourcing local citation building services to other companies and paying high prices. Most consumers weren’t happy with the high-cost setup. The result was little profit, and a service that was hard to sell to consumers.

In addition to fees, the founders found flaws in other services; namely that other citation building services weren’t ensuring that they would be in the top directories. Instead, their companies were placed in directories that did little to improve overall ranking. Realizing that a low-cost, result-driven business could not only help them, but other businesses as well, they decided to launch a citation service that was affordable and reliable.

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