Even after 400 years, Shakespeare’s advice is helpful to ye olde small business.
How to get started with Google My Business, Google’s one-stop dashboard for managing how Google displays your business for customers who want to find you.
Google today announced “Google My Business (Google.com/business),” an attempt to provide a single-point gateway to the array of products and services the search giant provides to help run and promote a small business.
A 28-second scam call from a con-artist claiming to be from Google
Google announced today that its Get Your Business Online (GYBO.com) initiative is expanding to a city-by-city program with the slogan, Let’s Put Our Cities on the Map.
Regularly log into your Google My Business account to confirm that your business information is current and accurate.
Google Maps Street View app makes it easy to create interior or exterior 360 degree photos of a business. And uploading it to Google Maps is a snap.
To help small businesses spruce up their online presence, Google has created a special version of its local-marketing hub.
You can now edit your Google business listing directly on the desktop and mobile versions of the information preview boxes found on a Google search results page. Here’s how.
Sophisticated scams using thousands of fake Google small business listings are conning customers and driving them away from legitimate small businesses.
Google knows people don’t want a search engine, they want an answer machine.
Even when Google is promoting itself, it’s worth paying attention if what they are saying is directed at small, local merchants.
A cleaner look and more information about your business.
Handling customer complaints is one of those areas where most local businesses drop the ball.
Google adds more data on how people find your Google business listing
Announced last year, Google starts penalizing interstitial ad
Help for those who need a seasonal “temporarily closed” tag on your Google business listing.
Another reason to make sure your Google business page is up to date.
Saving money and going green are just two of the reasons to use less paper. Getting more organized and enabling collaboration benefit also.
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