You’ve read it in LPi’s monthly newsletters many times: taking advantage of a free, useful tool like Seek And Find is a smart thing to do. But how do you get started?
First, you’ll need to sign in to Seek And Find for the first time. This creates an identity unique to you. Part of this process is creating a login name you’ll use to access your listing in the future. You can’t claim a listing if Seek And Find doesn’t know who you are, so signing in once to create a login you’ll use in the future is how Seek And Find remembers you. Click on "sign in" button on the upper right corner of the screen and follow the on-screen instructions to create your login.
You won’t need your login to use Seek And Find to search for your own or other churches, businesses, and organizations, but you will need it to access your listing page and make changes.
Once you’ve logged in using your login information, follow these steps to claim your listing:
Navigate to your listing page by searching your business or organization name on SeekAndFind.com. When you arrive at your listing page:
- Scroll down to the "claim this listing" button in the middle right hand side of the page (pictured at right), and follow the steps on screen. This action allows the owner of the listing to make changes to the main information on that page. As the listing owner, you can add contact information, business hours or Mass times, publications, and more.
- You may need to wait up to 48 hours for LPi approval once you've followed the steps above. We must verify your e-mail address as being associated with your church/organization name to ensure that a third party isn't attempting to take ownership of your page without the right to do so. Once you’ve received approval, you can log in to your listing page and start adding information. For more on what makes a good description and where to make those changes, check out the blog post “Make your listing description standout and be found.”
Once you’ve received approval, you can log in to your listing page and start adding information. For more on what makes a good description and where to make those changes, check out the blog post “Make your listing description standout and be found.”