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Google Posts Adds Products And Offers

On June 6, Google announced that within Google My Business, two new Google Posts categories are now available.   Not only can you use Google Posts to tell people about all the news about your business or upcoming event, but it's possible to create posts about new products and offers that you want to highlight. “We’ve added 2 new post [...]

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Google Posts Now Accepting Videos For Local Businesses

A new Google Posts feature has been released by Google that supports the ability to, in addition to  photos, upload videos in your Google Posts.  Previously, Google Posts only worked with photos uploading. A spokesperson for Google confirmed that this video upload feature is rolling out. Google Posts is a feature which lets people and businesses to [...]

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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 Posts Are Removed After 7 Days, With One Exception

It has been confirmed by Google that most Google Posts are removed seven days after they're first published.  The only exception to the rule is Google Posts that are based on any upcoming events  Once the event day comes and goes, that event-based Google Post is removed. According to a Google spokesperson, “Posts enable merchants to share [...]

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Google Posts Now Live For All Google My Business Users

A new feature that is now rolling out Google Posts to all small businesses that use the Google My Business (GMB). The roll out was announced the rollout late afternoon on June 22.  The company moved Google Posts into GMB a couple of weeks ago, where its been accessible since on both desktop and teh Google  Business Android [...]

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Google Posts For Small Businesses Moves To Google My Business

If you're a small business who is in the Google Posts program, you'll still be able to make use of the experimental service, but you'll find out that the location of the feature has moved to the Google My Business area. Google Posts allows people and businesses to directly create content on Google, which will appear highly ranked [...]

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Google Posts Now Expands To Cricket Player Cards In Search Results

Google is expanding their experimental feature called (unofficially) Google Posts to cricket player posts.   According to the Google India blog announcement, these cricket post cards are now available when doing a search for cricket player names, personalities and commentators directly in the search results. As an example, I did a search for [Sachin Tendulkar], a former Indian [...]

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