Google My Business

This blog is intended for local businesses throughout the Unities States.

Whether you work from home or own a brick-and-mortar type business, you can claim your Google My Business Listing, for FREE. By claiming your listing, you may attract new customers, which could result in improving your sales.

Let’s Claim Your Business

  1. Go to https://www.google.com/business/
  2. Click “Sign In” & Login or “Create Your New Account”.
  3. Search & Click on Your Business (If it doesn’t appear, click “Add Your Business”)
  4. Enter or Edit Your Business Information
  5. Click “Continue”
  6. “Check” The Box if You Are The Business Owner
  7. Click “Continue”
  8. Click “Mail Me My Code”

Once you have complete these steps, do not make any changes until you verify your listing. If changes are completed before your business listing is claimed, you may need to request another code.

Once you receive your Google Postcard, in the mail:

  1. Go to https://www.google.com/business/
  2. Click “Sign In” & Login
  3. Click “Verify Listing”
  4. Enter Your Code
  5. Click “Verify”

That’s it.

For more info or help, visit https://support.google.com/business. You may also call us today for immediate assistance with your new Google My Business Listing.

Need Help?

Is your “Google My Business” Listing not improving or generating more customers to your business? Let’s fix that! View our Website Packages today, then call us and let us know what package you would like to sign up for. Not sure what you need?

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