Google Places might be one of the best ways to promote a local business. It’s easy, it can be extremely effective -and it’s free.
This easy to read and follow guide will explain why your company needs to be listed in Google Places, and shows you step-by-step now to get your local business listed correctly. It’s over 70 pages of the latest instructions and techniques to help people find your local business.
- How to properly get your listing showing up in Google local search.
- Simple ways to outrank your local competition in local search.
- Why mobile phones and Google Places go hand-in-hand.
If you already have a Places page, this guide will help you understand:
- What is wrong with your Places page.
- Why your Places page doesn’t rank high.
- How to optimize your Google local listing yourself.
Not only will you learn how to get your business listed in Google Places, there are also step-by-step instructions for listing your company in popular local social media sites Facebook Places, Foursquare and Gowalla.
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Up to Speed with Google Places FAQs
Q: Do you offer a guarantee?
A: Yes! If this guide does not help you get your business listed in Google Places, or you are unhappy with the guide for any reason. Simply email your PayPal receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will refund your money no questions asked for up to 60 days after purchase.
Q: After I buy your guide, is there anything else I need to buy?
A: No. I suggest a few paid resources and shortcuts, but these are totally optional. You can set up your business listing and start outranking your completion using what’s detailed in this guide.
Q: Can an online only business be listed in Google Places?
A: Technically, Google requires a physical address for Places, but I show you a tip that may help if you’re an online only business.
Q: Who is this for?
A: Just about anyone. Business owners trying to promote their services in a local market, directors of local non-profits trying to raise awareness on local causes, local web design freelancers and consultants providing services to local businesses, even stay-at-home moms looking for ways to make extra money!
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