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Google My Business Posts

Google My Business Posts are a feature offered within Google My Business that enables businesses to publish content directly to Google’s search results. Yes, you heard that right! When you publish a Google My Business Post, that post will appear within Google’s search results whenever someone is searching for your business.

Originally referred to as Google Posts or Candidate Cards, this product was launched by Google as an experimental feature in January 2016 as a way for US presidential candidates to add their own content and messages directly on the search results page.  The candidates were able to post up to 14,400 characters of text and 10 images per post.

In March 2016, Google Posts were made available for use by a tiny number of small businesses. A year later, in March 2017, Google extended this product to movies, museums, sports teams and leagues in the US and Brazil.

Finally, in June 2017, Google built this feature into the Google My Business platform, making it available to all businesses.

If you’re looking to attract more web traffic and customers for your clients, then Google My Business Posts are a great way to do that! If you’re running an agency and you don’t currently manage your clients’ Google My Business presence, the new Posts feature is a massive opportunity for you deliver value.

Here are four ways your clients can benefit from posting to their Google My Business listings. Feel free to copy these into your pitch deck!

  1. Share daily specials or current promotions that encourage new and existing customers to take advantage of your offers.
  2. Promote events and tell customers about upcoming happenings at your store.
  3. Showcase your top products and highlight new arrivals.
  4. Choose one of the available call-to-actions to help you connect with customers directly from a Google Post: give them a one-click path to make a reservation, sign up for a newsletter, learn more about latest offers, or even buy a specific product from your client’s website.

If you’d like to get familiar with the Google Posts feature yourself:

  1. Sign into your Google My Business account
  2. Click on “Posts” on the left navigation menu (you can also go directly to it here)
  3. Click “Write your post” and you should see a screen that looks like this:

    If you’d like to get familiar with the Google Posts feature yourself:

    1. Sign into your Google My Business account
    2. Click on “Posts” on the left navigation menu (you can also go directly to it here)
    3. Click “Write your post” and you should see a screen that looks like this:

      Posts will show up in both Google Search and Maps results, but be aware that posts will expire within seven days of posting them. The only exception to this rule is if your posts are based on upcoming events. Event-based posts are removed on the date of the event. Once your post has expired, you’ll receive a notification letting you know just how much attention your post has received and prompting you to post your next one.For more information on Google My Business Posts, take a look at the Google My Business Help center.
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Content marketing is a form of marketing focused on creating, publishing, and distributing content for a targeted audience online. It is often used by businesses in order to:

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