You may know about Google’s “Google My Business” listings feature, but do you realize how useful it is as a free marketing tool for your solopreneur business? Even a business that you may operate from the comfort of your own home? Whether large or small, online or brick and mortar, this one strategy that should be part of your integrated marketing plans.
This week’s Fast Action Fridays guest, Mark Johnson of Success Innovations, has been helping his clients reap the benefits of Google’s free feature. He joins me this week to share valuable advice plus the simple steps to follow so you, too, can properly claim your Google My Business listing. Also, you might be as surprised as I was to learn how a little extra effort of your part each week can really continue to boost your visibility on Google.
Don’t forget to grab a copy of Mark’s free How to Setup Your Google My Business Guide and Checklist resource guide and checklist. See details below the interview.
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Fun and Unusual facts about Mark:
- I raised prize-winning Texas Longhorn Cattle
- I can build custom Harley Davidson motorcycles
Get the Free Resource
Click here to get a free copy of Mark’s How to Setup Your Google My Business Guide and Checklist. Then follow the steps to set up your own listing correctly.
Other ways to connect Mark:
Have YOU claimed your Google My Business listing yet? Was this information as much a surprise to you as it was to me? Will you be adding this to your plans as a free resource to help market you and your business?
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Thanks Mark for sharing such great information. I always thought since I serve clients globally that having a Google Business listing that focuses on local businesses wouldn’t work for me. I now understand that it’s still a great marketing tool for getting more exposure for my business…and it’s FREE! I’m going to claim or create my business right away.
Hi Marisa. So appreciate your feedback as I know will Mark.
Hi Marisa, yes it helps even with a global business as it helps you rank in Google and lets people see that you are a real business. I am glad you found the information useful.