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Some Helpful Information for Your Business

Free listings for your Business

 

Free Listings For Your Business

These free services are a great way to help promote your business. They can give your business more exposure and can help with Search Engine Optimising (SEO) on your new website. It takes time to set these up, but it is worth it.

//www.google.com.au/business  Google My Business Listing

//plus.google.com/brand  Google Plus Listing

//www.bingplaces.com  Bing Business Listing

//mapsconnect.apple.com  Apple Maps Business Listing

//whitespark.ca/best-citations-by-category/australia/

//mapsconnect.apple.com   You will need to set up an Apple ID

//biz.yelp.com.au/signup_business/new

//www.womo.com.au

//www.truelocal.com.au/submit-business/signup.do

//www.tripadvisor.com.au/GetListedNew     Good for Restaurants and Tourist Attractions

//www.sensis.com.au/sensis-free-listing

Google My Business Posts

Google My Business (GMB) is one of the most powerful ways to improve a business’ local search engine optimisation and visibility online. If you’re a local business, the first thing you should do is to claim your Google My Business profile is one of the first steps you should take to increase your company’s online presence. If there is not one available, you can submit one to Google.

You must meet the local business meets Google’s guidelines, your Google My Business profile can help give your business FREE exposure on Google’s search engine. Your potential customers can quickly see your business’ name, address and phone number, they can also see photos of your business, read the online reviews of customers, find a description about your company, complete a transaction (like book an appointment) and see other information that grabs a searcher’s attention — all without them even visiting your website. 

Doing a FREE Post each week can really help with your online presence. This article will give you more incite into the power of the Google My Business Posts.

Do Businesses Really Use Google My Business Posts? A Case Study

-Article courtesy of Moz –  by Ben Fisher