"A big ball of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey stuff" - Dr Who (tenth) If you have had a local business for a while, you may remember the days of Google Places and Google Business descriptions. Even if you haven't, this "new and improved" version of business descriptions is worth getting to
Google Announces Menu Items Link on Google My Business Dashboard UPDATE: Google has now rolled out this feature to services businesses. Think dentist, marketing agency, lawyer, nutritionist, and even a singing teacher! Depending on your category of business, the link will say either "menu" or
Google has done it again with the new Question & answers feature. They've launched a new beaut feature with lots of optimism - and seemingly much naivete. The Q&A feature was launched a few weeks ago. You could say it "sort-of" fills a gap left when the business description was removed.
Joy Hawkins did a really good article recently on 9 reasons why Google might suspend your business listing. Please take a moment read it - will help make the rest of this article make more sense. There's a 10th common reason I can think of: 10. Multiple Related Businesses at the Same Address This
(while using YouTube videos) Have you noticed when you embed a video, at the end you get a box of "related video" tiles? This is YouTube giving customer service of showing people what it thinks are related videos. But it gives a big distraction to visitors. The fix is quick, easy and powerfully
Google have recently published a video to help take business owners through the process of adding or claiming their complimentary business page. It's good if you're just starting out. Personally I found it missing a few really important details that would be useful for a beginner. 0:40 - the