Margaret Ornsby is a Google My Business Product Expert alumni and has helped hundreds of businesses around the world with managing their listings. She has years of experience in local search – researching, testing and collaborating with other experts to get the best for businesses like yours.
Google My Business help by an Expert
Margaret works with businesses of all sizes – single operator & startups, multi-location chains, and even businesses spanning the globe.
If you’re having trouble with suspensions, verification, maps spam, duplicates, spurious edits, Google goofs, or anything else, Margaret can help.
Your Google My Business listing is your new “home page”
Google My Business (formerly Google Places) is one of the best ways for customers to find your business. Whether you’re a shopfront or provide services at your customer’s locations, Google My Business can be a significant source of new customers.
- Reach customers in your areas
- Show what people most want to know about your business at a glance
- Ensure Google gives accurate information
- Help Google show your business for the widest range of searches
A recent study showed for every 1 person who visits your website, 69 look at the information provided by Google.
How do I get a Google My Business page?
Google My Business is one of the fastest and easiest ways to get your business online and attract customers.
Either claim a pre-existing listing or make one for your new business.
Google My Business listings are for shopfronts or for businesses who provide services at their customer’s premises.
You don’t need to have a website – Google can provide you with one. You don’t even need to be open just yet – you can start getting customers up to 90 days in advance.
Once you have claimed your listing, you can give convenient links to customers to leave you reviews.
We can help you both claim and optimise your Google My Business listing for maximum performance.
Want to do Google My Business yourself?
Contact Google My Business Support
Google no longer provides phone support where you can call in. The preference is to do most support online, with Google’s Support team deciding whether they’ll call you.
Updated: June 2020
This list has been updated with one notable change – Google has consolidated many different support links into one general form.