March 15, 2010 (Newswire.com) - SAN DIEGO, CA - XLindex, a SEO tool created by BizMash, Inc., helps locally owned and operated businesses to take advantage of all of the new online and mobile resources that help consumers find locally available products and services.
With XLindex.com a local business can add their vital business information to over 100 search engines and local directories by simply completing one simple form. The XLindex.com website submitter works behind the scenes to update all local search directories with vital information about each local business location.
XLindex.com includes local search submission to Google, Yahoo Local, YellowPages.com, YellowBook.com, and over 100 directories. "The time you save alone is worth several times our local search submission fee." said Darin Brin, Managing Director of BizMash Inc. "We are extremely excited about the response we are receiving from all of our clients."
XLindex.com clients are already seeing results from this local search website submitter. BizMash has been using XLindex.com for the last six months.
"It's important that local businesses start now to get their listings online before the rush of local businesses to get online starts to saturate the directories. We expect local search marketing to increase by nearly 400% over the next 12 months." Said Brin.
Many others are making similar predictions based on consumer behavior.
· "Yellow Pages usage among people, say, below 50, will drop to zero -- near zero -- over the next five years." Bill Gates, May 8, 2007.
· "73% of activity online is in one way or another related to local content." Google, May 2007
· Last year The Kelsey Group reported that 74 percent of Internet users perform local searches. With the adoption of smart phones with GPS, Maps, and a variety of local search applications, mobile search is also going to increase this trend, according to The Kelsey Group.
Local Businesses looking to use website submission seo tools for local search are encouraged to submit their business now to over 100 local search directories by visiting http://XLindex.com