Posted on Dec 7, 2019

BusinessCreator, Inc.

How to level up from a Google My Business apprentice to a GMB master - By Adam Dorfman

How often should you review and update your Google My Business (GMB) page? GMB pages can require a lot of time and effort to monitor – just like your brick-and-mortar storefront, website, Facebook page and any other place where people interact with your business online and offline. And with Google the first place most customers now see any information about your business, you should review and update your GMB page frequently.
4 reasons you need to update your GMB page
To everyday users, a GMB page is a destination for learning more about a business, finding directions, posting opinions about the business and contributing content such as photos of an establishment. For the business itself, the GMB page is a dynamic asset. In recent days, we’ve been reminded of this reality. For example, as reported in Search Engine Land, Google has made it possible for hotels to add services and amenities to their GMB pages, which people can view from Google search and Google Maps.

Like any asset, though, your GMB page requires close attention and care. Businesses that monitor and update their GMB pages have a distinct advantage over those that do not. Here are some reasons why.
You want to be found on your GMB page
We’ve said it before, but the data bears repeating: your GMB page is the single-most important factor influencing how findable a location is when people do searches, according to
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