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Yes. Even though it doesn’t seem fair to most business owners, anyone can suggest a change or an edit to your business listing, including your competition. These user-generated changes can be made live on your listing, and you might not even be notified the changes have been made. This includes changing your physical business location.

No, I would not waste the space.
Even though they might look like it, Google My Business posts are not social media posts. You have up to 1,500 characters for the details of your post, but the ideal length is between 150 and 300 characters, so use these characters wisely.

Are they truly fake reviews or reviews you simply don’t like? If they’re negative reviews you don’t like or don’t agree with, Google probably won’t remove them.

First, reach out to any former employees you think may have claimed your Google My Business listing, ask if they did, and then ask for the email address and password. Or ask they log in and make you the primary owner.

Yes! If you have specific questions about Google My Business or have issues with your listing, the best place to go is to the Google My Business forum.

I’ve yet to see GMB Q&A help with the actual ranking of a listing in the search results. However, I think the benefits it can have include lead gen and helping to answer questions people have right in the listing. If you are looking to improve ranking for your product pages, I would recommend seeding some questions about specific products and including a call to action in the answer to go to the product page (you can’t use the URL or Google will filter the response). The increased traffic to the product pages may help improve your on-page metrics, which could, in turn, have a small impact on ranking. I would also recommend adding your products to your GMB listing, where you can directly link to them on your website.

My opinion is that in the near future Google may add some pay-to-play features to the GMB listing to make more money off of GMB listings. But I don’t think Google would make a change to charging businesses to be in the 3-pack.

There are some tools (like this one) that allow you to post to multiple locations. However, due to API limitations, you can only post to 10 locations at a time with most tools at this time.

You can use Google Alerts to setup alerts for brand mentions, you can be alerted when something pops up. I would also suggest using Whitespark to do a citation audit if you haven’t done one to look for any inaccurate listings.

I think anytime that you can get more visibility for the services or products your business offers, that’s definitely helpful. It is important to note that the service menu only shows up on mobile. The service list doesn’t have an option to link directly to a page, so the direct SEO value from adding services is hard to measure.

One of the most frustrating aspects of local SEO is the fact that Google does not always show business profile pages in the search results. So another FAQ is how do you force Google to show the map results instead of just listing webpages in the results?

Unfortunately, the answer is you can’t…

Click here to read Google’s full guidelines for listing your business in Google. It should be fairly obvious that local SEO is not appropriate for 100% e-commerce businesses. That’s because there is no physical location for customers to visit the store.
Think about how annoying it would be to see e-commerce businesses listed when you’re searching for a nearby coffee shop. You want a place to grab a cup of coffee, not an online store to get coffee beans delivered.

With local SEO, the location of your office or store is a big factor in the ranking algorithm. Again, think about this from the perspective of the person searching.
If I’m searching for coffee on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, then it doesn’t help me to see businesses that are really far away. Google knows this and that’s why the location of the person searching versus the actual location of the business is a big factor in local SEO.

That’s one of four frequently asked questions that I’m going to answer in this article to help you determine whether local SEO is a good fit for your business and get you moving in the right direction to improve your rankings.

It’s been a challenge for small businesses—and even professional marketers—to stay current with the flood of new Google Business Profile features that Google has introduced in the last couple of years.

Any time a local business shows up in a Google search result, Google presents searchers with the option to ask a question about that business.

At the moment, most experts seem to think not.
The reality is that we don’t know what effect, if any, Q&A has on how well you rank. As with so many Google My Business features, the best advice is to focus on your prospective customers—and not on SEO—when considering what questions to ask or how to answer them.

The first thing to do is answer any existing questions your customers may have left.
Simply search for your full business name and ZIP code in Google and look in your business profile on the right hand side of your screen (desktop) or top of your screen (mobile).

Google My Business was launched on June 11th, 2014. The platform was built to allow business owners to have more say in how their business appears on Google Maps and in Google’s “Local Pack” (i.e. a map with business listings that appears inside of search results). Prior to Google My Business being launched small business owners, managers, and marketing consultants had to use various platforms to update their data inside of Google often causing confusion, anger, and frustration with tools like Google+ Local and Map Maker.

If you are legitimately operating multiple, legally distinct businesses, you can typically create a Google My Business listing for each of them. It’s not at all uncommon for more than one business to be located at a shared address. However, keep reading for further details and provisos.

If each brick-and-mortar business you operate is separately registered with appropriate state and federal agencies, has a unique TAX ID with which you file separate taxes, meets face-to-face with customers, and has a unique phone number, then it’s typically eligible for a distinct GMB listing. However, keep reading for more information.

Google has historically treated SABs differently than brick-and-mortar businesses. While no official guideline forbids listing multiple SABs — like plumbers and locksmiths — at the same location, it’s not considered an industry best practice to do so. Google appears to be more active in issuing hard suspensions to SABs in this scenario, even if the businesses are legitimate and distinct. Because of this, it’s better strategy not to co-locate SABs..

If your businesses aren’t registered as legally distinct entities or if you lack unique phone numbers for them, you are ineligible to list them separately. Also, if your businesses are simply representative of different product lines or services you offer under the umbrella of a single business — like a handyman who repairs both water heaters and air conditioners — they aren’t eligible for separate listings. Additionally, do not list multiple businesses at PO boxes, virtual offices, mailboxes at remote locations, or at locations you don’t have the authority to represent.

Yes, you could be. Google could issue a hard suspension on one or more of your ineligible listings at any time. A hard suspension means that Google has removed your listing and its associated reviews.

No. Google doesn’t pay attention to suite numbers, whether legitimate or created fictitiously. Don’t waste time attempting to make a single location appear like multiple locations by assigning different suite numbers to the entities in hopes of qualifying for multiple listings.

If your business has a unique, direct phone number answered by you and you are staffing the co-working space with your own staff at your listed hours, yes, you are typically eligible for a Google My Business listing. However, if any of the other businesses at the location share your categories or are competing for the same search terms, it is likely that you or your competitors will be filtered out of Google’s mapping product due to the shared elements.

If your property hosts an organic fruit stand in summer and a Christmas tree farm in the winter, you need to closely follow Google’s requirements for seasonal businesses. In order for each entity to qualify for a listing, it must have year-round signage and set and then remove its GMB hours at the opening and closing of its season. Each entity should have a distinct name, phone number and Google categories.

To decrease the risk of filtering or penalties, co-located businesses must pay meticulous attention to allowed naming conventions.

Unfortunately the guidelines on this topic lack definition. Google says not to create such listings for any location you don’t own or have the authority to represent. But even if you do own the building, the guidelines can lead to confusion. For example, a college can create separate listings for different departments on campus, but should not create a listing for every class being offered, even if the owners of the college do have authority to represent it.

A limited number of business models have to worry about this issue of having two sets of hours for specific features of a business that exist on the same premises but serve unique purposes. For example, a gas station can have a convenience market that is open 6 AM to 10 PM, but pumps that operate 24 hours a day.

Not long ago, local SEO blogs frequently documented cases of listing “conflation”. Details like similar or shared names, addresses or phone numbers could cause Google to merge two listings together, resulting in strange outcomes like the reviews for one company appearing on the listing of another. This buggy mayhem, thankfully, has died down to the extent that I haven’t seen a report of listing conflation in some years. However, it’s good to remember that errors like these made it clear that each business you operate should always have its own phone number, naming should be as unique as possible, and categories should always be carefully evaluated.

The commonest cause of this is that Google is filtering out all but one of your businesses from ranking because of listing element similarity. If you attempt to create multiple listings for businesses that share Google categories or are competing for the same keyword phrases at the same address, Google’s filters will typically make all but one of the entities invisible at the automatic zoom level of their mapping product. For this reason, creating multiple GMB listings for businesses that share categories or industries is not a best practice and should be avoided.

This topic has come to the fore especially since Google’s rollout of the Possum filter on Sept 1, 2016. Businesses at the same address (or even in the same neighborhood) that share a category and are competing for the same search phrases often have the disappointment of discovering that their GMB listing appears to be missing from the map while a co-located or nearby competitor ranks highly. Google’s effort to deliver diversity causes them to filter out companies that they deem too similar when they’re in close proximity to one another.

What? You can list your business on Google for free!
Yes, it is real! Anyone can add a business on Google and best of all, it won’t cost them even a single penny!

No, Google+ and Google My Business are not the same! Instead, there is a considerable difference between both.

This listing has already been verified by someone else!
This message showing up on your screen can be disturbing in case you’re the business owner, and you don’t know who has claimed your business. On Google My Business some wicked people and companies have been known to claim a business listing and divert users to their very own business. Or there’s even a possibility that the listing could have been verified by someone you know.

The data you enter on Google My Business plays a crucial role in determining your visibility, which also makes it easier for customers in the real world to discover your business. This is why it’s important to keep your Google My Business listing information correct, comprehensive, and up-to-date.

The data you enter on Google My Business plays a crucial role in determining your visibility, which also makes it easier for customers in the real world to discover your business. This is why it’s important to keep your Google My Business listing information correct, comprehensive, and up-to-date.

If you are a marketer and you have doubts regarding why Google My Business reviews are so critical, these stats will clear all your doubts!

• About 95% of shoppers read online reviews before making a purchase
• 93% of local consumers use reviews to decide whether a local business is great or awful
• 72% of customers don’t make a move until they have read reviews

It probably won’t seem fair to you, but in reality, any random person can suggest an edit to your business listing.

Besides making your business listing more relevant and active, posting relevant content and information about your business on Google My Business additionally helps in SEO — enables you to rank higher!

There are so many businesses that have gotten into trouble on Google My Business by violating Google’s guidelines. Don’t let yours be one of them!

Google My Business is consistently evolving, so don’t be surprised if your questions about it increase. So, where do you find answers to all your Google My business and its listing specific questions?

Yes, But…
To have more than one Google my business listing at the same address, you must be legitimately operating multiple legally distinct businesses. It’s not all that uncommon for more than one business to be located at a shared address but you need to keep reading for more provisions and details.

Look at Your Business Structure
If each brick and mortar business you operate is registered separately with the appropriate state and federal agencies, has its own unique tax ID which you file separate taxes with and meet face-to-face with customers with a unique phone number, then it is generally eligible for a distinct GMB listing. But you want to keep reading for more information.

No, Google does not pay attention to suite numbers whether they are legitimate or created fictitiously.
Don’t waste time attempting to make a single location appear to be multiple locations by assigning different suite numbers to the entities in hopes that you will qualify for multiple listings.

if your businesses are not legally registered as distinct entities, or if you do not have unique phone numbers for them, you cannot list them separately.
If your businesses are simply representative of different product lines or services under a single umbrella-like a handyman who repairs both air conditioners and water heaters, you are not eligible for separate listings. You should not list multiple businesses at virtual offices, mailboxes at remote locations, or any location you do not have the authority to represent.

You may be penalized. Google could issue a hard suspension on one or more of your listings at any time.
If you get a hard suspension, it means that Google has removed your listing and its associated reviews. This could affect your search engine rankings.

Historically, Google has treated service area businesses differently than brick-and-mortar businesses.
There is not an official guideline that forbids listing multiple service area businesses such as blacksmiths and plumbers at the same location, it is not considered industry best practice. Google appears to be more active in issuing suspensions to service area businesses in this situation, even if the businesses are distinct and legitimate. Because of this, it’s better not to co-locate service area businesses.

If your business has a direct unique phone number answered by you and you are staffing the co-working space with your own staff at your listed hours, then yes you are eligible for a GMB listing.
However, if there are any other businesses at the shared location in your categories or businesses that are competing for the same search terms, it is likely that you or your competitors will be filtered out of the mapping product because of the shared elements.

If your business hosts an organic fruit stand in the summer and a Christmas tree farm in the winter, you must closely follow Google’s requirements for seasonal businesses.
In order for each entity to qualify for its own listing, it must have year-round signage and set and then remove its hours at the opening and closing of Its season. Each entity needs to have a distinct name, phone number, and Google categories.

To decrease the risk of filtering or penalties, co-located businesses have to pay attention to the allowed naming conventions.
Questions about this typically fall into one of these categories:
If one business is inside another as in the case of a restaurant located inside a Walmart, the Google My Business names should be “Subway” and “Walmart” rather than “Subway in Walmart”.
Is Prague located Brands such as a Taco Bell in Dunkin Donuts share the same location, they do not need to combine their brand names for the listing. Alternatively, they should create a single listing with just one of the brand names, or if the brands operate independently, a unique listing for each separate brand.

The guidelines on this topic don’t provide definition. Google says that you should not create listings for locations that you do not own or have the authority to represent.
Even if you do own the building, the guidelines can create confusion. For instance, a college can create a separate listing for different departments on campus, but should not create a listing for each class being offered even if the owners of the college do have the authority to represent it.

Google allows you to claim your business and get it live. This way, when people are looking for something you provide, your website will come up in their search results.
You can list the services you provide, add an FAQ section, a few photos, and also allow customers to leave reviews about your business. You can even add a few interesting attributes to your business that will show in your Knowledge Graph such as Online Care, Online Appointment, Online Estimates, and Online Classes.

Let’s face it: Google dominates search and especially local search. According to Net Market Share, over 70% of all searches happen on Google.

In other words, SEO involves making certain changes to your website design and content that make your site more attractive to a search engine. … SEO is the process that organizations go through to help make sure that their site ranks high in the search engines for relevant keywords and phrases.

What is Google My Business? GMB is a free tool that lets you manage how your business appears on Google Search and Maps. That includes adding your business name, location, and hours; monitoring and replying to customer reviews; adding photos; learning where and how people are searching for you, and more.

GMB listings allow your business information to appear before the first search result when potential customers are searching for your products or services within a certain area. When used correctly GMB is a powerful tool for driving customers your way & dominating the first page of a Google search.

Seeing results with SEO usually takes from 6 months up to one full year (even for experienced SEOs). But it can also take longer, because it depends on very many factors. Of course, it can also take less. There are very many high quality websites there that are poorly optimized for search. According to multiple sources, the average time for websites to rank on Google through optimization (SEO) techniques is about three to six months. That’s right – jumping to the front of Google’s results usually takes between 90-180 days, depending on the competitiveness of your industry and popularity of your keywords.

Make sure you’re using the same email address for both the GMB and the Google Ads accounts. Once you’ve signed into Google Ads, navigate over to Ad Extensions. From the drop-down menu, select Location extensions. Next, select your Google My Business account and double check your location to see if everything is okay.

Virtual tours increase online bookings by an average of 85%.
Google shows that by adding a virtual tour to a GMB, businesses see an average of 85% increase in their online booking. The hypothesis is that you are helping your visitors better understand your store by showing the global ambiance through yourvirtual tour.

Google My Business is a free tool that allows you to promote your Business Profile and business website on Google Search and Maps. With your Google My Business account, you can see and connect with your customers, post updates to your Business Profile and see how customers are interacting with your business on Google.

Your free Business Profile on Google helps your business show up when it matters most: the moment customers are searching for your business or products or services like yours on Google Search and Maps. Log into your Google My Business account to update your address, phone number, website, open hours and more to help customers find and connect with your business. Keep your profile updated with fresh photos, special offers and promotions to make it easy for customers to choose you.

Your Google business website is a free, professional website for your business that you can set up in minutes. It’s created automatically using information from your Business Profile, and auto-updates as you make changes to your profile. You can choose from a variety of beautiful site themes and offer customers multiple ways to get in touch with you, like calling, messaging or requesting a quote.

Google My Business gives you the power to attract and engage customers when they search for your business on Google. Your Business Profile gives you a presence on Google Search and Maps, allowing you to respond to Reviews, post photos of products or special offers and add/edit your business details. Your Google business website lets you present your business professionally online, showcasing your photos and business details in a beautiful way. Insights shows you how you can optimise your customer engagement for better results, and you can encourage more engagement by interacting with your customers from the Customers tab.

Yes, and it’s free. You can do everything you already do in your web account and then some with the Google My Business app. Enhanced features make it easier to create a standout Business Profile on-the-go.

Google My Business lets you take advantage of your business’ presence on Google. With your Google My Business Account, you can manage and update your Business Profile and build a website to attract and engage more customers. Google My Business’ Business Profile encompasses what was once known as Google Places for Business, Google Listings and Google+ Business Pages.

Yes! Your free Google Business Profile complements your website by adding more visibility to your current business website on Google Search and Google Maps. You can even add a link to your website on your Business Profile.

Once you sign up for your free Google My Business account, our free website builder pulls in your Business Profile details to auto-generate a simple professional website. From there, you can add photos or choose from different template designs, all for free, to customise your website for your business.

Yes! Whether you’re a home-based business or a service-area business, you can list your business details to appear on Google with or without a physical address.

Good question! Verification allows us to confirm that you are the rightful owner of the business, so that you have permission to manage your Google Business Profile. Your security is important to us and we don’t want anyone else but you making updates to your Business Profile.

It’s easy: For most businesses, you can verify ownership over the phone, via SMS, or by requesting and receiving a postcard to your address from Google

You can get a business email with your company’s domain name, like you@yourcompany, for you and everyone on your team with Gmail from G Suite, another business tool from Google.

You don’t specifically need a website to use Google My Business, but it will always work best if you have a bigger online presence, including your own website, to give you more legitimacy. Our web development team have taken businesses to the next level by combining optimised GMB listings with optimised websites for the perfect digital duo.

It’s all about exposure. You could have the Sistine Chapel of websites, but you’re only impressing people who already know about your business. A GMB listing puts your business right where curious consumers are looking, adding a new stream of referral traffic.

You can search your own business in the Google My Business search or through Google Maps. There is a button there that says “Write A Review”. Click that and your clients can write a review. It’s worth noting that you will need a Gmail account to write a review. Once you have 6 people write you a review you will get stars appearing in the search on Google when people type in your keywords and when people type in your business name. The higher the stars, the more likely new customers will be to choose you!

Google features pre-defined categories that they have chosen to make your business easier to find for potential clients. We’ll find the most relevant categories and apply them to your GMB page, giving you a much better chance of ranking well – we want to see you succeed as much as you do!

Citations act as a form of ‘voting’ for your business online. When we list your business (on directories, for example) we’re helping to broaden your online presence, and Google likes this (they told us). It’s a gradual process – we focus on listing the main details of your business and keeping it consistent across the web.

We’re constantly working on your profile – sleep is for the weak! Honestly, though, we undergo ongoing work listing your business and improving your online presence and reputation. Google’s algorithms are always changing, so this means we always have to adapt and make updates.

In your initial set-up call, we’ll ask you questions about your business and get a good understanding of your goals and expectations of online advertising. Then we’ll perform a keyword analysis, finding the best and most relevant keywords that we’ll get your business to rank for. This takes competitor analysis, an understanding of the average customer, and a very particular set of skills, skills we have acquired over a very long career, just like Liam Neeson.

This is a start, but it only means you’ll show up to people who already know you or your business. What we’re aiming for is to get you appearing for prospective clients who don’t know your specific business, but are looking for a service related to what you offer. There are countless people who would be interested, but don’t know who you are yet. We’ll find the best phrases to target to catch these would-be-customers, and drastically increase your visibility.

This doesn’t mean your competitors are better or cheaper than you – it means they’ve managed to tell Google what’s on their page (or had SEO work done by another company). If you want to compete you’ll have to adopt SEO practices too. Google lists companies it thinks are the most relevant to the search term. When you hire an expert SEO company (*cough cough*), we can make you more relevant.

Adopting some SEO techniques can of course be done yourself to some extent, just as you can fix your car, build your own home, or perform your own triple bypass surgery. Chances are, though, that a professional can do the job better (if you’re a mechanic, builder and cardiac specialist, then…congratulations!). We’ve got the experience and training, and know the ins-and-outs of this industry. At Search It Local we provide a service that sets your business apart. You know your business better than anyone. And we know SEO better than anyone. When these skills come together, you’re going to see success.

There is no limit to the amount of photos you can use on your Google My Business page. We encourage using as many as possible as it helps with the SEO process. We highly suggest 7 – 10 to get everything started and then intermittently adding more to create more exposure for your page.

There will always be people talking about your business, whether the feedback is positive or negative. Testimonials are a very valuable tool for increasing your visibility online – they’re one of the most important ranking factors and can dramatically improve SEO. While you can’t delete negative reviews, you’re able to respond to each one and come to a resolution.

You do not need to show your full address. Google has an option to hide the house number and street so that just your suburb is showing. It is best to show your full address for SEO but understandably that is not always possible.

You will need to pay the total fee upfront for this solution. We do offer some payment plans for bigger solutions.

Yes! Generally B2C companies who need to make lots of individual, point-in-time sales like plumbers, roofers, real estate agents, salons, used car lots, etc.

When the keyword research shows hundreds of people are searching locally every month for what you sell and you’re not appearing at the top of page 1.
Note, you need to check your SEO with a private browsing window to clear out everything Google knows about you based on your search history, gmail, and location.

The ultimate objective of Google Maps marketing is to achieve as high a placement as possible in the local business results listings on the Google Maps results on relevant Google search engine results pages. Let’s take a look at what this means.

The Local 3 Pack related to the Google Maps feature that displays local businesses related to your search query. It shows businesses with their NAP data (name, address, phone, etc.).

Quality blogs and articles are more important now than ever. 750+ word blogs with relevant content support search engine rankings. Google is placing increased importance and even tagging relevant blogs in Google Maps results too!

Like other digital marketing optimization efforts, improving your visibility in Google Maps marketing can – and likely will – take time. This means there are no quick hacks, no overnight fixes, no easy way to rise to the top of the pack. Even if you implement all the optimisations above, it may still take a while for your business’ visibility to improve in Google Maps.

Getting your Google My Business listing verified should be the next first thing you do. The verification process can take up to a couple of weeks, as usually Google insists on mailing a postcard with a unique PIN to the physical address listed in your Google My Business profile to confirm verification.
Why do I need to verify my ‘Google My Business’ listing?
When you do not claim your Google My Business listing, your business is simply unowned in the eyes of GMB. Once officially claimed (a quick and easy task) you will be able to suggest edits, adjust your address, phone number, website and opening hours. Plus uploading photos and even videos and offers are possible. Also without claiming your listing as the first local seo step, you won’t be able to reply to important reviews by customers, plus the Google My Business support team won’t help with any problems until unverified.

Although many businesses claim their Google My Business listing, many simply register their business and provide only the most cursory (or worse, incomplete) information. This, unsurprisingly, results in far less visibility and a poorer overall Google Maps ranking. We will do the right thing making sure that your Google My Business is optimised.

On-Page SEO provides important information to search engines, telling them what your website or page is about. Meta tags, descriptions, image tags and keywords are all essential elements that when done well can have a massive impact to the search engine ranking of your website.

An effective SEO campaign can increase page ranking for keywords relevant to your business. This is generally done in the aim to help your business to be found online ny potential customers. In simple terms helps you be found when people are looking for your services or products on search engines such as Google.

Images and videos are definitely supporting your SEO when done correctly with ALT tags. Google uses them also in image searches, plus they can enhance the user experience to describe your message. ALT tags are important and tell Google what the image is about.

On-page SEO optimisation when done effectively as part of a strategic campaign often includes: Optimsed URL, Page Title, Meta Description, Image Tags, keywords added to text of page, anchor text and links to internal and external pages, H1, H2 Header tags.

Unfortunately it takes this long since Google sends out a postcard from their US head office. This is sent to your physical address to ensure your business is real, and can then be put on Google Maps. No business will be listed without this verification process.


According to a study done by Forbes, their research has confirmed that 80% of all local business leads from the first page of Google search are generated by the local 3-pack.

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