In today’s mobile-driven world, one of the most challenging issues for business owners is to stay relevant. If your brand doesn’t show up on a search when people are looking in a specific area, you will miss out on a large number of potential customers. This is where hyperlocal marketing or hyperlocal targeting can significantly help brands re-focus their efforts.
Are you using Google to help grow your business in the digital realm? Do you know what Google My Business (GMB) is and how to use it? This article will highlight some of the major benefits of having a business listing on Google and how you can set yours up in a few simple steps.
Google is the most widely used search engine with more than 3 billion daily searches. Considering the exceptional audience reach, Google My Business (GMB) should be your first choice for listing your business online. If your store locations are not on Google, you might as well not exist (at least in terms online search queries).
Be relevant by claiming your Google My Business listing providing all the right information to interested people. The process is relatively straightforward but our checklist empowers you to further optimise your business listing. We show you how to create GMB listings whether you have one or 20 business locations. But first, let’s take a look at what is and why you should consider GMB as soon as possible.