Let SweetIQ’s Local Experts take the listings load off your back. Transfer the responsibility to us, right now.

Managing data for multiple storefronts across the web is messy, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out SweetIQ’s suite of solutions made to take the dirty work out of managing local.

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Location Manager

Seamless Syndication

You enter your data once: We push it out multiple times across our Smart Network of relevant directories.

Customizable Data Fields

Highlight information relevant to your business with customized fields beyond what you see on a citation.

Widely Compatible

From CSV files to our full service API integration, upload your local data in whatever format suits you best.

Location CMS

Our CMS solution is the perfect centralized place to store all your location data. Ensure your listings are populated with basic information such as NAP data, links to menus, company photos, and latitude/longitude map pins. Go above and beyond with custom data fields to house information on a location by location basis. Include internal store IDs and links to individual store job postings.

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Bulk Upload Manager

The more locations, the merrier. The Local Marketing Hub was built to handle locations in bulk. Integrate your data in the manner that best suits you, whether that’s uploading through a CSV excel file format, automated FTP, or through integrating directly with our API. We’re cooperative, reach out to learn more.

Location Manager Bulk upload

Location Loader

Centralize your data by automatically synchronizing your location datastore with SweetIQ’s database through our Location Loader API. Our experts will team up with your developers to set up an integration that periodically pushes your data to our Local Hub in an efficient and seamless manner.

The Location Loader requires coordination between us and your team but offers maximum benefits for you. Your data stays current across all systems in SweetIQ’s database, and you cut out an unnecessary step by removing the middleman user.