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Questions about Google Business Profile, local search, or ASAPmaps? Check out the FAQ!
If I already have a Google Business Profile, why would I still need ASAPmaps?
While a Google Business Profile is a free and powerful tool, it still requires your time and expertise of Google Maps in order to optimize your business listings for more visibility, business growth, better ranking on Google and more. ASAPmap handles all facets of Google Business Profile optimization so you can better spend that time winning over more customers.
What's included with ASAPmaps?
ASAPmaps includes ongoing local GMB optimization for Photos, Posts, Reviews, Google Q&A, and the GMB Products & Services section. It also comes with best-in-class Call Tracking, and a Citations tool that ensures your listings will always remain accurate across more than 50 directories. We feel this combination of features creates a local SEO powerhouse. Most important, ASAPmaps has a dedicated team of US-based account managers working to ensure a consistent execution for every client, and every location, every week. It's truly a "done for you" service.
What is the price for ASAPmaps?
ASAPmaps pricing is super simple. Each GMB listing using ASAPmaps is billed a flat monthly rate, with discounts for listings that have multiple locations. The only other possible fees are for overages on Call Tracking and/or SMS Campaigns which include 100 free minutes and 100 free texts per month. Anything beyond these incurs a per-minute fee of $0.03 and/or per message fee of $0.04, in the US. Check out our pricing page for more details.
How is ASAPmaps different from other Google Maps Marketing tools?
ASAPmaps is different from other Google Maps Marketing tools primarily because its ease of use is unrivaled but also because of the low cost, as well as a number of other aspects:
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Does ASAPmaps work outside of the US?
How much does a Google Business Profile cost?
Do you offer discounts for multiple listings?
Yep! For businesses who sign up for ASAPmaps with 10+, 50+ and 100+ listings of the same brand, there is a substantial discount at each level. All you have to do is activate your listings during sign-up and the discounts will be applied automatically. If you'd like even more information, please don't hesitate to reach out and speak with our sales team any time via phone 814-480-9786, or email email@example.com.
How do you handle my credit card information?
Are there any additional fees?
It depends. The only other fees are for monthly overages on Call Tracking and/or SMS Campaigns which include 100 free minutes and 100 free texts per month in the US. Anything beyond these incur a per minute fee of $0.03 and/or a $0.04 per message fee. Outside of the US, prices vary. Please see our global rate card for more details.
What is your refund policy?
When will I be billed?
Billing starts on the date that you activate a subscription and will recur on the same day each month. Adding additional listings within the same account will retain the original activation date to avoid multiple charges on your credit card. Charges for additional listings within the same account will be pro-rated for the month within the activation.
I want to learn how to put my business on Google.
To put your business on Google, follow these steps:
To claim your business on Google Maps, follow these steps:
How do I get my business on Google?
To get your business on Google, follow these steps:
Note: If you see a page that says "This listing has already been claimed," click Request access and follow the directions to claim your business. Learn more about requesting ownership.
How to claim or create a business page on Google
It's possible your business already exists on Google, or you might need to add it from scratch— either way, it's easy to get it sorted with Google My Business. Once up and running, you can manage how your business information shows up across Google's services such as Maps and Search—all totally free of charge.
If you are new to Google My Business, then head to the Google My Business website on desktop, and click the link to Start Now. Sign in to your Google account, or create a new account here if you don't already use the service.
Once you're all signed in, click the button at the bottom right of your screen.
Next you'll start typing your business name and our system will check if there's already a page on Maps.
If your business is on the list, simply click it to continue. If your business is not on the list, continue adding information about your business so that we can create your listing.
Note: If your business is on the list, you may see that "Someone else has already verified this listing." If you're the owner of the business, click Request ownership and follow the on screen directions to claim your business. Learn more in our article on How to request ownership.
You'll see the option to confirm that you're authorized to manage the business. If you are, check the box, then click Continue. If you aren't authorized to manage the business, find the person in your organization who is, then work with them to sign up.
Once you added your business information and clicked Continue, you'll have the option to verify. See our post Ways to get verified for next steps.
You can download the free Google My Business app in the Google Play Store or from the iTunes App Store.
When you're all set up, sign in with the Google account you'd like to use to manage your business. If you've added a business before, tap the menu icon, then the name of your business to reveal all listings in your account. If you've not added a business previously, scroll to the bottom of the page and choose + Create new business.
Enter your business name and information and agree to the terms of service. Touch Continue once you're ready to create a listing for your business.
Before it goes live on Google, read everything through to make sure it's 100% accurate and correct. If anything doesn't look right:
Now that you've either claimed or created your listing, it's time to verify your business. Once you verify, your business information will be eligible to appear across Google.
What's the difference between Google Business Profile, Google My Business, Google Places, and the Google+?
Do I need a Google Business Profile if I already have a website?
How do I verify my business on Google?
For most businesses, verification means getting a verification postcard from Google. You might also have other verification options. Learn how to verify your business from Google, and if you're stuck try our business listing verification flowchart.