Whether you're an individual or business here is the link provided by Nextdoor to "claim" your Business Page. You can claim it as a Business or Individual. https://nextdoor.com/create-business
Nextdoor believes local businesses are an important part of the neighborhood and can play a vital role in building stronger, more connected communities.
Today, many of the conversations neighbors are already having involve supporting these businesses, whether it be through a neighbor-recommendation, or raising awareness and support to help keep a beloved neighborhood favorite from losing their lease. We’ve also received feedback from neighbors over the years who want more opportunities to hear from and support their local businesses and service providers.
Until now, there hasn’t been a way for local businesses to participate on Nextdoor, which has led to businesses creating personal accounts and posting in neighborhood newsfeeds. Local Pages, originally created to help organize and make neighbor recommendations easier to find, are our first step towards creating a dedicated place for local businesses on the site that ensures our members' experience remains positive and is not overwhelmed by posts from businesses and service providers.
Businesses who choose to create and claim their Local Pages on Nextdoor will not have access to your neighborhood conversation or the directory. They will only be able to see and reply to the comments that you have chosen to share with them. Business Accounts on Nextdoor
Local businesses are invited to claim their business's Local Pages. These business accounts will have no affiliation with a specific neighborhood, and they will not have access to neighborhood conversations or the directory. Who should create Local Pages
Local Pages are meant for anyone providing a service or selling a good. This can range from the neighbor offering lawn cutting services to the manager of the locally established restaurant chain. If you have a business, you can claim your Local Page here
What businesses can do on Nextdoor
Nextdoor helps businesses better understand their neighborhood reputation. Through a color coded map, they will be able to see the neighborhoods where they have been recommended by Nextdoor members.
NOTE: A business will only see a member's photo, first name, last name and neighborhood name if that person chooses to share their identity with that business.
Businesses will be able to keep their contact information up-to-date and reply to comments and messages members have chosen to share. They will also be able to receive private messages. They will not be able to proactively reach out to members. What businesses can see on Nextdoor
As always, protecting your privacy is paramount. Participating businesses will not have access to neighborhood conversations or the directory. They will only be able to see comments and recommendations that were shared with them.
Businesses will be able to see a member’s first name, last name, profile photo, and neighborhood name if a member chooses to share a comment or recommendation with that business.
NOTE: The business will not be able to see any other profile or neighborhood information pertaining to that member or the neighborhood where he or she lives.
Comments and recommendations that were not shared with the business can be seen by neighbors, nearby neighbors, and/or visitors to Nextdoor who haven’t joined yet, depending on your Recommendations privacy settings.