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Localeze, a service of Neustar, is a content manager for local search engines. The company provides businesses with tools to verify and manage the identity of their local listings across the Web. The company works with local search platform partners and location-based  service partners, national brands and local business clients.
As a local search business listings provider, Localeze collects and distributes business listings that can be verified by businesses themselves. Its business listings are used by search, social and mobile companies in the domain of Local Search and location-based services. Such partners include Yahoo!, Bing, Yellow Pages, TomTom, Siri (acquired by Apple), Twitter and Facebook.
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