How to create a ‘Google My Business’ listing
So now you have a striking new website, designed by Chrome-Creative, and that’s great!
Moreover, we have applied hidden trickery to you lovely new site, which should get you as high up in the natural listings on Google as we can. Yey!
However, it takes more than that to really make it work.
As a small business on a budget, one of the most useful things you can do, and boost your online presence is create a ‘Google my Business’ listing.
Why is Google presence important?
Because Google is still the most popular search engine in the world, over 70% of the search market share, and 85% of mobile traffic are using it.
Basically anyone who is searching for your products and services online, is going straight to Google, so your company needs to be visible!
Another thing to try is this – Try searching for a local service on Google.
So you’ll notice that one of the first things that pops up (after the paid ads of course) is a Google map.
Interestingly, this is how your competitors who aren’t paying for ads are getting on page one of the Google results.
Simply by registering for a Google My Business account, and getting a map marker.
It’s free for any business to register, so if you don’t have one yet, GET ONE!
And it’s not going to be as difficult as you might think either.
How to create your Google My Business listing
So you’re ready to create your listing but don’t have a clue how.
There is a process to it, but honestly it’s not too difficult. Even for you.
Thankfully, we found this very simple, easy to follow video, and posted it here for you to get to it.
And guess what? We Googled it! You’re welcome.
Of course if you get stuck, you can always call us for some extra help.
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