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Australian Business Directories to help promote your website

By John Connole
18 Apr

For those of you who are looking to promote your website, creating listings on local business directories is an excellent way to help boost your website and perhaps get some extra visitors.  Yellow Pages, Hot Frog and True Local are the big ones and the most important as they are ranked highly and receive plenty of traffic. Listings are free however premium listings come at a cost.

If you would like to go further and submit your website to even more local directories here is a list of an additional 15 free Directories you can consider submitting to.

http://www.aussiesrus.com.au/ (free)
http://www.australia-business-listing.com.au/index.php (free)
http://www.allthebest.com.au/ (free)
http://www.nationwide.com.au (free)
http://freead.com.au/Web_Links.html (free)
http://www.webfind.com.au/ (free – for now )
http://sydney-directory.com.au/ ( only do it if you’re actually a Sydney business )
http://www.sydneybusinessdirectory.net/ ( only do it if you’re actually a Sydney business )
http://www.livepages.com.au/ (free)
http://www.kmdirectory.com.au (free)
http://www.yourcity.com.au (free)
http://aussielocal.com.au/directory (free)
http://www.atozpages.com.au (free)
http://web-directory-australia.info (free)
http://www.ozfind.com.au/ (free – with reciprocal link )

John left QUT with a Master of Creative Industries (Interactive & Visual Design) and a firm view that design should be simple, clean and timeless. Back in 2009, John started Stickybeak with the single-minded purpose of offering a highly-specialised, highly-personal service to customers. Believing you should only accept work from clients you can genuinely help, John's ethics are at the very heart of the way Stickybeak does business. When he's not helping clients get the very best from their company, he likes nothing more than sitting around a campfire, unleashing his inner photographer or attempting to Kitesurf

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