Are You Set Up With Google My Business?

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Are You Set Up With Google My Business?

Google My Business locations can mean great things for your business. The dashboard has updated features and functionalities that can help your business rank more effectively. So how does it work? Google pulls information from many sources including publishers and directories, government records, user-submitted content and more. This is how algorithms pull information together to help Google rank you. You can organically rank from content creation and updating as well as links, social media, and reviews. One of the most effective ways to get on the first page of Google is to immerse yourself in “Google” culture.

Previously Google offered us many tools such as Google Place, Google+ Local, Google Map Maker, and now it is known as Google My Business. Google My Business unifies these tools and functionalities. This is making it easier for businesses to take control of your businesses and their multiple locations.

What’s the big deal? With the new and improved Google My Business you can:

      • Add more photos
      • See and respond to reviews
      • Have access to new categories
      • Efficient conflict management

Google My Business can make the difference in your SEO and ultimate Google ranking. Their tagline says it all; “Be there when your customers look for you online.” First impressions are now made behind a screen. One of the most frustrating things for a customer is not being able to find what they’re looking for. Google My Business allows you to connect with your customers through Google+, Google Maps, and get you on the web. Become visible within Google and find success. Search Engine Optimization is imperative and Google is currently sitting on the top of the SEO mountain.

As a service provider, you no longer have to actively search for different ways to get found; Google is making it easier for small businesses to be found locally. If you have any questions surrounding your social media platforms or Google My Business presence, feel free to contact us.

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