Via Google My Business, individual practitioners such as lawyers, doctors, and real estate agents can create their own listings separate from an associated practice. How can this benefit (or detriment) your local SEO strategy?
Google Posts allow local businesses a wealth of customer engagement opportunities directly from their Google My Business profile. Utilizing and maximizing the different types of GMB Posts can help you stand out in local search.
The first step to getting your business on Google Maps is to add/claim your Google Business listing. Is your business claimed, but not by you? No need to worry! There are ways to request ownership even if the listing has already been claimed by someone else.
Since the beginning of marketing, companies have been searching for ways to easily track how customers are finding their business, and which of their marketing efforts are bringing in the best leads. Let's take a look at what call tracking is, how it works, and how it can negatively affect SEO.
There are many factors that play into whether or not your website is going to show up when somebody searches for a business, product, or service related to yours. Lucky for you, there's a way to give Google insight as to what kind of content your webpages hold.
Adding, claiming, and then verifying your Google Maps listing is not a particularly difficult task, but it can be time-consuming. Click here for a step-by-step tutorial on how to add, claim, and verify your business on Google.