by Heather Eakins
Do you want your company to dominate the competition?
Have your business show up as the first result in Google search results?
Follow our step-by-step guide for adding your business and get a well-deserved place at the top of the search engine results page (SERP).
“Google has the some of the most powerful free tools to boost your search rankings.”
Google Maps is a handy tool that people use to find directions, locate businesses, and explore the world. It has helped many people save time and money by making their lives easier. Google Maps also allows you to add your business so it can be found more easily in search results on both desktop computers and mobile devices. In this guide, we will show you how easy it is to get your business on Google Maps!
Google Maps is Google’s mapping service that offers directions and local listings for places all around the world. It’s also a tool used to find businesses, such as restaurants or shops in your area based on location information like address, phone number, hours of operation, website URL and more.
As an added bonus business owners can create or manage their listing with Google My Business (GMB) at no charge! GMB provides free tools to help you manage how people discover and interact with your business online from what search results show up when someone looks for it to how they connect socially through reviews and ratings.
This section will cover how to add your business on Google Maps, and why it’s important. There are a few simple steps that you’ll need to take in order for your company to be found easily by potential customers near or far.
If you don’t have an account yet, follow this link to set up and optimize your Google My Business listing.
Go to Google.com/maps or to the Google Maps app on your smartphone and search for your business name.
Once you click that, you’ll be prompted to provide your name, category, and location.
Something to note here, anyone in the world can add a business to Google Maps. So, even if you haven’t done so, it’s still best to check and make sure your business listing doesn’t already exist. And don’t worry: No matter who it is, the person who adds your business to Google Maps does not have control over that listing. The only person(s) that has control is the one who claims the listing by proving proof if ownership of the business.
Google has an 87% share when it comes to mobile searches – so by claiming your listing now, you can drive more traffic to your business down the line. Even better: Google will use that info in its local listings algorithm which means even more potential customers in the future.
Finally, Google Maps is not only a helpful tool for customers to find your location – it also makes life easier for you as an owner or manager with its built-in reviews and business dashboard. If there’s something wrong at your store that needs attention, this can be addressed in real-time without any hassle on your end! Plus, if someone has a question about pricing or hours of operation they can click through your GMB directly to get that information too
Additionally: There’s no need to worry; google maps provides all sorts of great features such as notifications when people have posted reviews on their site about your business. You’ll know what potential customer feedback right away so you can work towards improving those areas accordingly.
You’ve learned how to easily add your business on Google Maps. In addition, we covered why it is important for a company owner or manager to take the time and make sure their listing doesn’t already exist before adding it. With these benefits that come with claiming your own GMB account and listing on Google Maps, we strongly encourage you to do so now!
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