Yext today launched Pages, a new product that allows marketers to publish their geo content from Yext Cloud to their own websites. Yext also launched address support for 75 countries in native languages.
Pages lets marketers easily publish dynamic local info in their web and mobile sites.
Marketers can embed five kinds of widgets – calendars, menus, bios, product lists and social posts – with a snippet directly in their web sites. Updates they make to their geocontent in Yext Cloud simultaneously appear in their listings, social networks, and now, their web pages.
“We created Pages to bring the local web page back to life. There’s no reason why a local page shouldn’t be as current as a social network page,” said Howard Lerman, Yext’s co-founder & CEO.
“Today’s launch of Pages makes it possible for marketing organizations to deliver their geomarketing from Yext Cloud to the three most important local channels: listings (local search and maps), social, and now their own web and mobile pages.”
In addition to Pages, Yext today launched international address support for 75 countries, including 150 native languages.
“The world is local. Today we take a major step towards enabling marketing organizations with a global footprint deliver their local message everywhere – regardless of borders or language.”
Both Pages and global address support are available immediately. Log in or contact your Yext representative for more details.