This category is for web sites that relate to business in the entire state. Most commonly, these will be directories, statewide business organizations, and business search engines. Individual businesses are listed under the most specific geographical area in which they are located, or (if statewide) under the type of business.
Sites submitted to this category must pertain to more than one of Minnesota''s development regions, as defined by state law. In addition, in the case of the Twin Cities area, they must cover more than the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, as defined by the Census.
Sites relating to the advertising and marketing sectors in Minnesota.
Sites submitted to this category must pertain to more than one of Minnesota''s development regions, as defined by state law. In addition, in the case of the Twin Cities area, they must cover more than the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, as defined by the Census.
Sites relating to the construction and maintenance industries in Minnesota, e.g., architects, builders, contractors, building supplies.
Sites submitted to this category must pertain to more than one of Minnesota''s development regions, as defined by state law. In addition, in the case of the Twin Cities area, they must cover more than the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, as defined by the Census.
This category is not for online directories or guides, or for sites with information on consultants, ministers, chapels or other wedding facilities, or periodicals. These sites should be submitted to the appropriate linked categories.
Sites submitted to this category must pertain to more than one of Minnesota''s development regions, as defined by state law. In addition, in the case of the Twin Cities area, they must cover more than the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington metro area, as defined by the Census.
Manufacturing in Minnesota
This category contains boating sites including marine brokers, marinas, boat sales, rental, building and repairing. It may also contain links to shipping and recreational boating and sailing.
Business organizations in the sense of trade associations and professional organizations for businesspeople. This is not the correct category for an individual company.

Organizations listed here

  1. Cover more than one of Minnesota's development regions, as defined in state law; and
  2. Represent a type of business that does not yet have its own topical category in Minnesota Business and Economy.
Please do not submit the web sites of individual companies here.

Please look to see whether your profession has a subcategory in Minnesota Business and Economy. If, for example, your site represents a trade association in the automotive industry, you should submit it to Minnesota: Business and Economy: Automotive.

Primarily for links to similar categories at other geographic levels, but may also list real estate companies with multiple offices over a broad area of the state.
Real estate agents may submit one site only, in the locality where their office is physically located, and should not submit at the state level. Brokerages may also submit one site at the locality where their office is located, or at a higher level when there are multiple offices in more than one locality.

The state level category is only for companies with multiple offices throughout the state. Sites with office locations isolated to one county, region or metro area should be submitted only to the appropriate category at one of those levels. Companies will be listed no more than once in any case. Multiple submissions of the same or an alternate URL can lead to an agent or company being banned from the directory.

If an agent changes offices or a description change is needed, please go back and click Update URL, and submit the corrected information. Do not make a new submission in order to update information.



Format Site Title As Follows:
Agent Name - Company Name (for an agent site)
Company Name (for a company site:)

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be clearly shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. Make sure the submitted title follows the above formatting.
  3. Descriptions should be factual, and also contain information about features on site as well.
  4. Don''t stuff descriptions with keywords, hype or repetition of category headings (i.e. Do not use "Indiana" in descriptions.
  5. Don''t Capitalize Every Word or use ALL CAPS.
Compare existing listings for best results.
Auctions and Shopping businesses in Minnesota
Sites relating to the telecommunications industry in Minnesota, including telephone, cable, and wireless services.
Sites submitted to this category must pertain to more than one of Minnesota''s development regions, as defined by state law. In addition, in the case of the Twin Cities area, they must cover more than the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, as defined by the Census.