[New Feature] Google MyBusiness Product Suggested Categories

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Colan Nielsen spotted a new GMB product feature in the dashboard. Now you can categorize your products based on some suggested categories that Google pre-populates within the Products tab in your GMB. They seem pretty accurate but closely related to "things" not "services" This is not populating for all... The post [New Feature] Google MyBusiness Product Suggested Categories appeared first on Local University .

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Secondary Hours in GMB For Some Categories

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Around May 18, Google My Business will release a new feature into GMB accounts that will allow business owners to add secondary hours to their listing. Preloading the information is available now in Beta via Google My Business agency partners, but if you wait until next week it should be... The post Secondary Hours in GMB For Some Categories appeared first on Local University .

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Google My Business: FAQ for Multiple Businesses at the Same Address

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Posted by MiriamEllis How should I get listed in Google My Business if I’ve got multiple businesses at the same address? How many listings am I eligible for if I’m legitimately running more than one business at my location? What determines eligibility, and what penalties might I incur if I make a mistake? How should I name my businesses at the same address? The FAQs surrounding this single, big topic fill local SEO forums across the web, year after year. The guidelines for representing your business on Google contain most of the answers you’re seeking about co-located businesses, but sometimes they can err on the side of too little detail, leading to confusion. Today, Iet's quickly tackle the commonest FAQs that local business owners and marketers raise related to this scenario, and if you have further questions, please ask in the comments! Q: I have more than one business at …

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A Beginner’s Guide to Ranking in Google Maps

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Posted by Alex_Ratynski For local businesses today, there are numerous different ways to market your brand online. The majority of your potential customers still use Google to find local businesses near them — businesses where they will spend their hard-earned money. In fact, 80% of searches with “local intent” result in a conversion. This begs the question: “What’s the best way to catch the attention of local searchers on Google?” The answer: through Google Maps marketing. What is Google Maps marketing? Google Maps marketing is the process of optimizing the online presence of your brand in Google Maps, with the goal of increasing your brand’s online visibility. When you search a query on Google that has local intent, you often see something like this: Google Maps marketing utilizes a number of strategies and tactics to help your business become one of those three positions on local map packs. Why is …

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Position Zero Is Dead; Long Live Position Zero

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Posted by Dr-Pete In 2014, Google introduced the featured snippet, a promoted organic ranking that we affectionately (some days were more affectionate than others) referred to as "position zero" or "ranking #0." One of the benefits to being in position zero was that you got to double-dip, with your organic listing appearing in both the featured snippet and page-1 results (usually in the top 3–4). On January 23, Google announced a significant change (which rolled out globally on January 22) ... "Declutters" sounds innocuous, but the impact to how we think about featured snippets and organic rankings is significant. So, let's dig deep into some examples and the implications for SEO. What does this mean for Moz? First, a product announcement. In the past, we treated Featured Snippets as stand-alone SERP features — they were identified in our "SERP Features" report but were not treated as organic due to the …

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Google Makes More Changes to Restaurant GMB Visibility for COVID-19

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We’ve seen a few changes from Google My Business on how restaurants are handled in Maps and some new features on their Business Listings as well. The “buttons” in the business listing are associated with the “Order Food with Google” feature, which means non-participating restaurants that get these buttons (google... The post Google Makes More Changes to Restaurant GMB Visibility for COVID-19 appeared first on Local University .

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That's a Wrap: MozCon Virtual 2020 Day Two Recap

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Posted by cheryldraper Wow! What a crazy ride MozCon has been this year. In case you missed it, we were able to double the number of attendees and include over 2,800 people. Not only were we able to include them, we were also able to see their families, pets, and home offices. It was an unusual experience for sure, but one we won’t be forgetting any time soon. As always, the speakers served up some flaming hot content (including an actual movie). We can’t wait to share some of these takeaways with you! Britney Muller — Accessible Machine Learning Workflows for SEOs Britney started off by assuring everyone that they absolutely can use machine learning. She knows this because she was able to teach her dad how to use it! Let’s jump right in. Basically, machine learning can be used for a lot of things. There's endless possibilities w/ #machinelearning …

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Google Makes More Changes to Restaurant GMB Visibility for COVID-19

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We’ve seen a few changes from Google My Business on how restaurants are handled in Maps and some new features on their Business Listings as well. Krystal Taing shared how the “buttons” in the business listing are associated with the “Order Food with Google” feature, which means non-participating restaurants that... The post Google Makes More Changes to Restaurant GMB Visibility for COVID-19 appeared first on Local University .

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Google Makes More Changes to Restaurant GMB Visibility for COVID-19

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We’ve seen a few changes from Google My Business on how restaurants are handled in Maps and some new features on their Business Listings as well. Krystal Taing shared how the “buttons” in the business listing are associated with the “Order Food with Google” feature, which means non-participating restaurants that... The post Google Makes More Changes to Restaurant GMB Visibility for COVID-19 appeared first on Local University .

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That's a Wrap: MozCon Virtual 2020 Day Two Recap

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Posted by cheryldraper Wow! What a crazy ride MozCon has been this year. In case you missed it, we were able to double the number of attendees and include over 2,800 people. Not only were we able to include them, we were also able to see their families, pets, and home offices. It was an unusual experience for sure, but one we won’t be forgetting any time soon. As always, the speakers served up some flaming hot content (including an actual movie). We can’t wait to share some of these takeaways with you! Britney Muller — Accessible Machine Learning Workflows for SEOs Britney started off by assuring everyone that they absolutely can use machine learning. She knows this because she was able to teach her dad how to use it! Let’s jump right in. Basically, machine learning can be used for a lot of things. There's endless possibilities w/ #machinelearning …

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