Google My Business Photos: The Ultimate Guide to Looking Good Online

Good photos on your Google My Business page are integral to convincing searchers to click to find more information about your business. But how do you choose what to photograph? How can you do this in bulk for multiple locations? What sorts of images should you use? Find out how to look good online in this guide: Google My Business Photos: The Ultimate Guide to Looking Good Online – BrightLocal

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Local search for small restaurants

This one is for the Marys and Rosies and Colins of the world who do an amazing job of serving up love by the cup or plateful. These are my thoughts on the thoughts, tools, and tactics that small business owners should use to both save time and drive additional internet and foot traffic.

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Facebook Privacy settings PSA

 

Even if you set your privacy setting to Friends or Friends plus Acquaintances, the first time you post anything public, public will be the new default. Be mindful, therefore, for this change and be sure that if you want to keep your posts private from snooping exes, etc., that you limit the audience for past posts to Friends as well…

How To Use Google My Business Posts To Get More Customers

Previously known as Google Local and Google Places, today’s Google My Business has undergone many changes. Google adds new features to businesses listings with each new evolution, and Google My Business posts are another feature improving searches for businesses and users. If you don’t know how to use Google My Business posts, now is the perfect time to start: How To Use Google My Business Posts To Get More Customers – Web Ascender

“Every piece of content is a story. Some content pieces have a greater impact in the minds of the consumers because they are written interestingly and effectively.”


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Is Google My Business Worth the Effort For Local SEO?

Jason DeMers writes:

Google wants to make everyone happy. It’s at its most profitable when everyone is happy; when people get what they’re searching for, they’re more inclined to use the search engine, which makes its ads more valuable. When businesses get more visibility on the search engine, they’re more inclined to use it (and eventually pay for that advertising, which is rapidly approaching $100 billion a year).

Accordingly, Google constantly introduces new tools and features that businesses can use to improve their visibility. One of them, Google My Business, promises to help local companies get more visibility (and search engine accuracy) than ever before—but is it worth the effort?

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