NYC Online Small Business Directory - Community Resource Platform Launched

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Online community resource New York Shop Local released a variety of small business listings. The virtual directory includes local businesses throughout Manhattan, Queens Brooklyn, and New Jersey.

New York Shop Local, an online business directory, has released a new range of small business listings in the New York City area. The platform provides community resources for individuals looking to support local businesses during the pandemic.

More details can be found at https://newyorkshoplocal.com

Since the onset of the pandemic in Spring 2020, many small restaurants and shops that rely on foot traffic have been forced to close their doors. New York Shop Local’s listing services help these businesses attract customers and display information as they gradually begin to reopen.

The platform offers local businesses’ opening hours, delivery options, contact information, and addresses. Patrons can also leave reviews and ratings under each listing.

Customers can conveniently browse the site’s listings by category or borough. The platform includes information about small businesses in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Staten Island, Long Island, and New Jersey.

New York Shop Local’s listings include bakeries, laundromats, florists, beauty supply stores, bookshops, nanny agencies, shopping malls, spas, personal services, sporting goods stores, moving companies medical clinics, and more.

Customers can also use the platform to search for various types of cuisine, including Japanese, American, Italian, Chinese, Latin, Greek, and vegan.

To claim a listing, store and restaurant owners can submit their business information at New York Shop Local‘s website. The company also offers advertising slots and premium listing options in which business owners can include their company’s logo, social media accounts, extra links, videos, scheduled days, and any other pertinent information.

Unlike similar platforms, New York Shop Local does not require businesses to pay any additional fees for orders placed through an online store or phone number. Clients can learn more at https://twitter.com/NYshoplocal

A spokesperson for the company said: “Small businesses are the backbone of every community and a critical part of the American economy. We want to help ensure that they do not fail and welcome all local businesses in the New York area to take advantage of our free listing option."