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Posting through Google My Business lets you publish your services, specials and announcements directly to Google Search and Maps. It can increase traffic, rankings, and help you interact with potential clients.

Below are examples of posts you can create on your Google My Business page.

1) Call us today to learn more about our affordable pricing and expert services!

2) We’re a local trusted company, call now to take advantage of our free estimates! Quick, easy, affordable services.

3) Don’t panic if you’ve left your taxes until the last minute — we’re happy to help you during our dedicated clinics. Book a 15-minute slot, beginning at 7:30 AM on April 10 through 7:30 PM on April 14, and our expert accountants will get you going in the right direction, advising on the appropriate forms, deductions and special circumstances. Call us for a free quote.

4) Get your best friend ready for summer with a complete grooming and paw cleanup for only $50, now through Friday. (Be sure to ask to see our selection of snazzy bandanas — free with any grooming service!) Book now!

Does anyone remember Google Local Business Center (GLBC)? That was the interface a local business owner could use to claim and edit their listing on Google prior to 2010. Users called their Google listing a “GLBC listing” for short. Then in April, 2010, Google launched Places for Business. With this launch, business owners were supposed to refer to their Google listing as a Google Places page. This transition was fairly smooth. There wasn’t a drastic change on the interface side of things and the process of claiming and editing a listing remained the same. That was then.
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Seth Godin“Reach your existing customer base. Not with repetitive noise, but with genuine, personal, useful messages that they want to receive.”

SETH GODIN is the author of 17 books about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing and leadership. His blog, simply titled Seth’s Blog, is one of the most popular in the world.
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