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A citation audit is a tool that can help you identify which sources are most frequently cited by your peers. It can also help you to determine if the sources are relevant to your work and if they have been cited correctly.

A Citation Audit verifies the accuracy of your company's information by comparing it to significant citation websites and data aggregators. The most crucial facts, such as NAP, are examined, as well as the address and website, among other things. The right business information must next be supplied to any websites where it is not already included.

A citation audit is a process that helps writers make sure they are not plagiarizing their work. It also helps writers to find out where they can improve their writing skills.

Citations are any references of your company name on the internet, even if they aren't related to your website. Local listings, review sites, and your Google listing are all examples of citations.

A local citation is any internet mention of a local business's name, address, and phone number. Citations can be found in local business directories, websites, apps, and social media platforms. Citations assist Internet users in finding local companies and have the potential to influence local search engine rankings.

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