Dun & Bradstreet
Add Your Business to Dun & Bradstreet
D&B Worldbase (also known as Dun & Bradstreet), the largest global commercial database in the world, aims to help their customers build smart relationships. D&B’s data and analytics bring distinct clarity to their customers’ relationship-related decisions to deliver insights and help them choose the most promising companies to do business with.
Distribute your location data across a wide network of data aggregators. Data aggregators play a crucial role in supplying information to various online directories, search engines, GPS systems, and other digital platforms.
Let customers know how to address you by giving them a name.
Let travelers know where they can locate your business.
Let customers know where they can contact you at your main number.
Provide a phone number so customers can communicate directly with a business representative.
Leverage business descriptions to localize your brand, share its unique history, and attract more consumers.
Drive more consumers to your webpages by providing a direct link to your website.
Make sure your customers know exactly when they have access to your products and services.
Payment Methods Accepted
Let customers know which payment methods you accept ahead of time, so they can come prepared.
Provide customers with your email information so they can reach out with questions or comments.
Help potential customers understand what you do best — ahead of time.
Supports a variety of languages.
Ensure consumers can make reservations at your restaurant locations with ease.
Drive consumers to the most up-to-date version of your online menus.
Generate brand consistency and add your logo to places your brand lives online.
Bring your locations and specialties to life — at 24 frames per second.
Help consumers and intelligent services understand what you have to offer by associating yourself with the right categories for your business.
Make sure consumers are able to place orders on the website of the restaurant location closest to them.
Let customers know the specific times of day (like lunchtime) when you’re closed for business.
Make your digital storefront vibrant by showcasing photos of your business.
Let customers know they can contact you at an alternate number.
Help consumers communicate with you by letting them know your Twitter handle.
Point consumers to where they can ‘Like’, comment, and post content about your business on Facebook.
Add your Instagram handle and encourage consumers to engage with your brand on one of the most popular social platforms.
Add captions to your photos to give searching consumers more context about what they’re viewing.
Give consumers a sense of how established your business is.
Display your business coordinates to let customers know where to find you.
Pinpoint your coordinates so customers can be directed to your location.