NAP Hunter LiteThe newest version of NAP Hunter Lite is now in the Chrome store. Chrome extensions should automatically update to the newest version, but in case you want to check it out you can here. In this version we added the following queries as defaults (you can unselect them, and any query, in the options menu for the extension):

“Phone Number” -Name
“Phone Number” -”Address”
“Phone Number” -”Address” -Name
“Address” -Name -”Phone Number”

These should particularly help with pesky practice/practitioner citation audits and others dealing with place within a place issues. We actually got these developed to be able to solve similar problems in some of our citation audits. As always, you can hit me up here or on Twitter with any questions.


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  • Dave  October 12, 2016 at 9:46 am

    Does N.A.P Hunter work in the UK? (Here’s hoping!)

    • Dan Leibson  October 12, 2016 at 9:53 am

      The extension should work fine, though there may be some regional differences in address formatting. It takes address information and runs a bunch of Google searches to find citations. Let me know!

  • Nina  October 21, 2016 at 6:17 am

    I just tried out this updated extension and it seemed to work fine. There was different address format as you have mentioned, but I am satisfied with the results.