Reaching out with Directories

Published: 11th Feb 2008 in Ethical Business

Make Noise logoWho doesn’t love a bargain or a freebie?

Nowadays there are lots of great green and ethical web directories out there who work hard to aim their sites at consumers looking for ethical products and services.

Many of them do not charge for a basic listing in their directory and those who do tend to request a fee for some added benefits (e.g enhanced listings, graphical adverts etc).

The fab thing about online directories is, like any website, they can be visited by potential clients anywhere – there is no geographical limitation like a Yellow Pages book listing nor does it cost the visitor money to see it like a magazine advert would.

Here are a few directories we’ve found:

Of course there is our very own Make Noise ( which offers that bit more by listing you on our website but also sending your details via a newsletter directly to Make Noise community members.

If you know of more ethical or green directories then let us know and we can share them here.

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