Author’s note: This is a joint post written alongside Oneupweb’s Krista Olson. She rocks. It’s been a long time coming, but Google has re-invested in its local product, now named Google My Business. For years, business owners, search marketers, and social media consultants have bemoaned the mess that is Google for local businesses. Google local […]
I like to keep on top of the latest “enhancements” made by the oh-so-talented and dedicated Places team.
Google Places is an excellent form of free advertising, but you have to take the time to build your presence, optimize your Place page and convert users.
I applaud Google’s innovation, but they seem do be doing their best to remove any need for independent thought in their users.
Although Facebook is rising in popularity it isn’t the only place a business can build an online presence. Google Places (formerly known as Place Pages) have been around for a while now, but recently added some new features worth looking at.