Review and adjust the information in your business listing as needed.
Alan can add photos of his new line of shoes to his Google My Business listing to inform customers about his new products when they search online.
Michelle can use the Insights feature in Google My Business to understand how her business listing is performing and how it can reach more people online.
Jessica needs to complete the business verification process to finalize her listing and see her changes live on Google Search.
Lamin should edit his business listing and then request a new verification code.
To see how customers have been interacting with your business online, you can use the Insights feature in Google My Business.
Business owners can benefit from using AdWords Express (now known as Smart Campaigns) with their Google My Business listing by easily creating an ad campaign directly from their Google My Business profile.
The most suitable Google My Business tool to use for showcasing a new product to potential customers on Google Search and Maps is Posts.
For the Cozy Coat Factory locations in their bulk upload spreadsheet, use the core business name as it appears in the real world.
To claim an existing listing for his business, Juan needs to log in to Google My Business, search for, and select his listing.
To manage a Google My Business account and location data, you can use the Google My Business Application Programming Interface (API).
The verification option for businesses with 10 or more locations is to import and verify their locations in bulk.
Through the Text messaging, Google My Business allows customers to reach business owners.
If someone is using Google My Business to promote their restaurant online and attract new customers “Customer Reviews” can be used to encourage new people to try them out.
Bob can use Website builder to create his mobile-friendly website for his café business that is already listed on Google My Business.