So you want to get your business in front of potential customers. Awesome! Improving your online presence, especially on Google is a great first step. Here's where to start and how to Set Up Your Google My Business Page.
Go to https://www.google.com/business/ to list your business and showcase your profile. Online users have the chance to interact with your page through appointment booking, direct messaging, reviews, and etc.
Make sure to provide your Google My Business Page with your current information. This includes Business Name, Address, Phone Number (NAP), categories, business hours, types of payment, etc. Upload hi-res photos of your shop or office.
Note that Google My Business Page is very particular to the following 3 ranking factors:
This refers to matched searches with a local listing. Every word you put on your business profile will be picked up by Google to match the online users’ search terms. Be sure to fill your profile with all the right information.
With your business location matching the searcher’s preferred location, they will be able to calculate the distance between the both of you. Using Google Maps, they can directly guide the user to your physical store. So, be sure to provide your exact address.
3. Prominence This refers to how popular your business is within the locality. You may already be a trusted business and have just started your online efforts. This is an excellent opportunity to optimize your reviews online!
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