For Ylopo Clients Only

(Included in Full Serve Product Only)


What We Do...


We push your business information (Name, Address, Phone + more) to all the major data aggregators that matter the most to Google, here’s just a few ...


These aggregators in return push your listing out to thousands of other third party websites to build up your digital footprint and make it all consistent across the internet.


Why it matters? ....

The more places you’re found the better, if the information all matches up (Name, Address, Phone) and is consistent Google rewards you with higher search results & more visibility = more traffic and more organic leads.


The great news as very few Real Estate agents have any idea how do this or where to start. This will give you a significant advantage over them all.


However it’s not instant and every case is different, but we’ll send you monthly reports and we tend to see the majority of the progress made in the first 6 months then it’s just a matter of maintaining it and not changing your Name, Address or Phone.


Example Report (Week 1) …

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Example Report (Week 4) …

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What we don’t do …

We can’t guarantee you results, we simply put in the work we know that moves the needle in your favor with Google and do all the heavy lifting for you.


NOTE: We can’t control or remove any negative reviews that may be written on any of the 3rd party sites out there.


If you change your business name, address or phone #, we essentially have to start over again and it’s a 3-6 month process to get everything re-aligned.


How it works ….

In the United States, there are four primary sources of data for all the major search engines: Infogroup, Acxiom, Localeze, and Factual. Other companies like Yellowpages.com, Citysearch, and Superpages.com can also play a role in this cycle, sending "fresh" feeds to the search engines every couple of months.


If your business information is incorrect at any of these major providers, it may override what the major search engines have in their own database. And if you're not included in the databases of these major providers, your business is not going to rank as well in Google, Yahoo, or Bing.


In addition to the major search engines, there are a myriad of secondary search engines that are also valuable in driving traffic to your website—and hopefully bringing you more business. Most of these secondary portals get their data from the exact same places that Google and Bing do—just one more reason you need to make sure your business information is correct at those handful of primary providers.