An individual practitioner is a public-facing professional, typically with a customer base that they own. Doctors, dentists, lawyers, financial planners, and insurance, or real estate agents are all individual practitioners. Listings for practitioners may include title or degree certification (e.g. Dr., MD, JD, Esq., CFA).
How do I know if I am an individual practitioner and should create a listing for myself?
You are an individual practitioner & should create your own dedicated listing if:
- You operate in a public-facing role.
- You can be contacted directly at the verified location during stated hours.
- A practitioner shouldn't have multiple listings to cover all of their specializations.
Note: Support staff should not create their own listings. Sales associates or lead generation agents for corporations aren't individual practitioners and aren't eligible for a listing.
To Create an Individual practitioner Listing, refer to this article.