Affiliations

Dexknows

www.dexknows.com

At Dex One®, we offer online and print advertising opportunities, free marketing consultations, and the latest consumer research—all to help more than 400,000 companies like yours get found millions of times each year. We want to help you reach, win, and keep local customers wherever, whenever, and however they look for a business like yours. Because when your company succeeds, so do our consumers.

CitySearch

twincities.citysearch.com

For the last 16 years, you've come to rely on Citysearch.com as the site with thorough local business listings and user reviews. Now, we're taking the concept of being the trusted source for experiencing your city a step further by focusing on what we call "recommendations, not reviews."

ezlocal

ezlocal.com

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.

insiderpages

www.insiderpages.com

Insider Pages was created to help people find the best local businesses through recommendations from their friends and neighbors. At InsiderPages.com, people share reviews of local businesses and find great services they can trust. Millions of people visit our site each month to get the Insider scoop on local businesses.

Google +

plus.google.com

Google+ integrates social services such as Google Profiles, and introduces new services identified as Circles, Hangouts and Sparks. Google+ is available as a website and on mobile devices. Sources such as The New York Times have declared it Google's biggest attempt to rival the social network Facebook, which has over 800 million users. Google+ is considered the company's fourth foray into social networking, following Google Buzz (launched 2010, retired in 2011), Google Friend Connect (launched 2008, retired by March 1, 2012) and Orkut (launched in 2004, now operated entirely by subsidiary Google Brazil).