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Google’s New #SmallThanks Hub Automatically Creates Digital & Printed Marketing Assets For SMBs

Google, in a move to help SMBs and drive up its verified business listings, has launched #SmallThanks Hub, which is an online resource that creates customized digital marketing content and printed materials based on Google reviews. “Simply search for your business name on the site, and we’ll automatically create posters, social media posts, window clings, [...]

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Where To Go Next With Your Google My Business Listing

In regard to digital marketing and search engine optimization, the devil is in the details.  Even the smallest choices can possibly have dramatic effects on  our web presence and search visibility.  This is most evident in Google My Business (GMB). GMB optimization has quickly become something of a cottage industry within the broader scope of [...]

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As A Business, You Can Now Sign Up To Add Booking Buttons To Your Google Local Results

Back in July, booking buttons were added by Google to some local panel results.  Now, these buttons are being opening that up to more local businesses by integrating with their "scheduling partners" directly from the Google My Business console. After logging into your Google My Business account, you might see a new button in the console named "sign up for bookings" [...]

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Google Posts Can Now Be Automated With New API Support

The Google My Business API has been updated to add some support for creating and editing  Google Posts.  Google Posts allows people and businesses to create content directly on Google that can appear highly ranked in Google search results for their names. Google noted that in version 4.0 of the API, “you can now create Posts on Google directly through the [...]

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Google is Making Strides With Google My Business

When it comes to boiling down a marketer's fears in the digital economy to a single idea, what would it be?  Some would argue that it would be loss of control. Naturally, how you and your brand is being talked about and presented across all the various sites, channels and platforms can, at times, feel [...]

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Google My Business Fixes Week-Long Reporting Bug With Photo Insights

Not long ago, Scott Hendison had reported that the Google My Business insights tool hadn't been reporting accurately with the photos section of your listings.  Google Insights within Google My Business displays analytics around your Google My Business local listings in Google Search and Google Maps. When this report came out a week ago, the data for [...]

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Google Maps Local Listings Can Now Have Videos Uploaded

Recently, it has been announced in Google's Local Guides Forum that the company is rolling out support to upload videos to Google Maps local listings on Android devices. In the  help document, it's explained that the feature is currently available to just Android users.  In the document, Google writes, “To add videos, you must use an [...]

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