• Do you want more website traffic?

  • Is your website a great lead conversion tool?

  • What do your your customers 'search' for to find you online?

  • Why does Google show your competitors website before yours?

  • Where should your website traffic come from and why?

  • Just how much new traffic is ready waiting for you?

  • What "WORDS" (Keyword phrases) on your website are important?

Google My Business Posts

on Monday, 22 January 2018. Posted in Online Marketing, General

How to use Google Posts

Google My Business Posts

What are Google Posts, and how do you use them?

What are Google Posts?

Google Posts allow businesses to share content from their Google My Business profile. Previously only available to specific industries, but Google recently made the feature available to all Google My Business users. You can share text, links, and images that will appear in the in the search results in your business listing.

Google Posts stay live for up to seven days. You can have multiple posts at the same time (up to 10), and the newest ones will show up first. The first two are fully visible, and you will need to scroll to see the rest.

What kind of posts should I share?

You can share a variety of posts and information such as:

  • Offers / Specials such as discounts or promo codes
  • Product updates such as new offerings
  • Events or Announcements

Create a post

  • Sign in to Google My Business. If you have 2 or more locations, click Manage location for the location you'd like to manage
  • Click Create post. Or click Posts from the menu.
  • The “Create post” screen will appear. Here, you’ll see options to add photos, text, events, and a button to your post. Just click each field, and enter the relevant information.
  • Once you’ve created your post, click Preview to see a preview. If it looks good, click Publish in the top right corner of the screen.

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