There used to be a way to get a free listing on Yahoo, even after it was split off into Arbaco (or some such silly name, don't remember exactly) and Yext was managing it. Don't know if it still works but I'm sure Google will help you find info on it.
On the other hand, I stopped worrying about Yahoo years ago. It takes way more time than it's worth IMO.
@mikepcservice, I was under the impression you wanted to claim a listing, rather than create a new MQ listing. If the latter is your goal, usually all you need is a Yelp page. MQ pulls in business info from Yelp, including the reviews.
I was surprised Mapquest still shows up in search results but apparently, yes they do. I almost always go to suggest a change; you can get everything but the business hours. My clients do not have the budget to claim via Yext. I've been able to claim the listing a handful of times only, they make it difficult.
Claiming a listing means you claim an "existing" listing/citation in the platform. It may have been created and was copied from other citation sites like GMB or Yelp. Creating a new listing means creating a listing for your business as it does not exist in that platform.
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