If you are a micro business owner with less than 10 employees or a solopreneur, we can help you grow your business. Add your business to the LBN Small Business Listing for $299 (one-time) and get benefitted from our wide range of features.
Did you know? 91% of consumers choose the Internet over traditional means to find local business information. However, according to the Association of Directory Marketing, 25-30% of listings are posted inaccurately on search sites.
How LBN's Local Business Directory works... Search for any service provider anywhere in the world. Use LBN's easy to navigate search feature. There are thousands of businesses listed in our database. Search by Country, State, City, Business Category or Zip code.
LBN provides the opportunity for small business owners to register their business information on their own to avoid inaccurate listings. Once you have registered you will join the other members of this small business directory and benefit by getting more business, as people throughout the world will find you easily by doing a simple search.
Business Profiles are Yellow Pages of the online world. They contain a listing of business establishments categorized by location, industry vertical, and other specific parameters. Clicking on the listing will take the user to the company website where more information on the products and services are available. Such directories make it easy for prospective customers to identify the company most suited to their needs and contact them.
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As the interim general manager of a community chorus, my transition in the middle of concert season could have been disastrous. Venkat and Indu are one of the reasons it wasn't. They were helpful, prompt, and friendly when I sent them all the changes that needed to be made to our website. Within a business day or two, all my requests were met and were exactly what I asked for. I would highly recommend them.
In an earlier article, we have explored treatment options for Osteoporosis in general. As mentioned there, Osteoporosis can cause fractures of the spine, wrist and hip. In this article, we will explore spinal fractures specifically.
Back pain is a common outcome of fatigue and several activities that we undertake on a daily basis. Standing or sitting for long periods of time, having to bend over frequently, twisting the back, carrying heavy weights, and wrong posture – all of these can cause back pain. And this is normal as long as the pain is not severe, recurring or long-term.
Until the arrival of the first European settlers in North America, the continent, from North to South and East to West, belonged to the many native American tribes that had lived there for thousands of years, ever since time immemorial. From 1620 onwards, the Natives were slowly pushed off their lands to make way for foreign immigrants. The speed of this dispossession increased with time and it is estimated that between 1776 till today the United States has taken about 1.5 billion acres of land from Native Americans.