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    Good free citation finder tool


    http://www.localsearchtoolkit.com/


    ofcourse you can also use google "sitename" -site:http://www.sitename" but this tool allows you to export into excel and etc. been helping me a lot
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    This tool was OK and worked properly before Google remove the "More about this place" section from the listings. The tool was taking the citations exactly from this section.

    Now, it is practically useless for citations as it returns very random results, which are mostly garbage. I'm really not a big fan.
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    Give White Spark's local citation finder a try. I have used it and found it useful.
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    i think searching google itself is the best thing to do just gotta know how to search for citations

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