Add Business Listing to MapQuest

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MapQuest is a US based mapping service. It originated with the founding of Cartographic Services, a division of R.R. Donnelley & Sons in Chicago; and it’s currently owned by Verizon. MapQuest has an average of 42 million monthly visitors. It has features like driving directions, alternate routes, and real time traffic, along with fuel consumption levels which makes it an end-to-end trip planning facility.

Following are the steps to add/claim your business listings on MapQuest

1- Go to MapQuest Homepage and click on the “Get help” option.

2- Click on ‘add a business to Mapquest’ under “Business listings” & choose one among the types of listings.

i) If you choose the “Basic listings” option, directly fill in your details.

ii) If you choose the “Yext” option, select the best plan according to your budget.

Step 1 : Go to MapQuest help link .

Visit MapQuest homepage. On the left hand side, you can see three stripes in the search bar. Click on it .

Click on the option Get Help.

Step 2 : Choose the Type of listings .

Scroll down on the left hand side menu bar and click on the option “add a business to Mapquest” under the Business Listings section. Now you will see two options:

  1. i) Add a basic business listing
  2. ii) Add with Yext

Step 3 (i) : For adding a basic business listing:

If you click on add a basic listing, on the right hand side select the highlighted text “Click on to submit a support ticket to the business team”. you will be directed to the form to fill in the particulars.

The basic listing option is completely free but it only allows a user to add Name, Address, and Phone Number (NAP).

Step 3 (ii): For adding a listing with Yext:

If you click on Add with Yext, select the “click here” option from the right hand side of the window. Select a plan which suits your budget and from there you will be directed to Yext where you can complete the process.

This is a paid listing which gives you additional features like adding menus, photos, hours of operation, payment method etc. above the basic NAP information.

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