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Net Driven launches Drive Local directory

Posted on February 27, 2014
Net Driven says Drive Local increases the directory reach of clients from the industry standard of 20+ directories to 200+ directories to guarantee maximum exposure across the Internet.

Net Driven says Drive Local increases the directory reach of clients from the industry standard of 20+ directories to 200+ directories to guarantee maximum exposure across the Internet.

Net Driven, a provider of websites and Internet marketing solutions for independent automotive businesses, announced the release of Drive Local, the next generation of local directory optimization that is a cutting-edge directory submission process covering virtually 100% of all local-based searches on the Internet.

“Every day we strive to find new ways to increase the online footprint of our local automotive business clients. Drive Local is the culmination of a year’s worth of research to develop this one-of-a-kind solution,” says Jeremy DeLorm, director of Online Marketing.

Net Driven corrects and maintains the business NAPU information (name, address, phone number, and website URL) of its dealers on local directories across the Internet.

Net Driven says consistent NAPU information across local directories helps increase search engine rankings and increases the number of customers seeing accurate information when searching for local auto and tire shops online.

“Our new Drive Local service allows us to easily scale as our client portfolio grows while delivering the most advanced directory submission process in the industry,” says CEO Patrick Sandone III.

Learn more about Net Driven at www.netdriven.com.

For more Net Driven news see:

Net Driven upgrades electronic catalog

Net Driven enhances mobile website

Related Topics: Directory Optimization, Drive Local, Jeremy DeLorm, Net Driven, Patrick Sandone III

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