As Google streamlines and reconfigures its crucial search engine service, Google My Business, get accustomed to saying “Google Business Profile.”
With the new name comes a brand-new approach for companies to claim their profile, which can now be done immediately from Google Search and Maps.
This article will teach you all you need to know about Google Business Profiles.
How Do I Create A Google Business Profile?
A fast Google search for your company’s name will yield an option to verify your profile or rectify concerns with a previously claimed profile.
This may also be done through your Google Maps app profile or by searching for “my business” in the search field.
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With a claimed and confirmed Business Profile, you can modify the information that appears in search results when people search for your company.
Merchants that create or claim a Business Profile may finish their setup straight on Google Search and Maps.
Businesses will be able to know whether their profile is publicly viewable right away because the entire procedure may be performed in Google Search.
If it isn’t, Google will tell you what you need to do to make it visible to searchers.
How Does Google Business Profile Affect Businesses?
You don’t need to do anything more; if you already have a Business Profile (previously known as a Google My Business listing).
In the future, Google Search and Maps will be the most convenient ways to manage your profile.
Small companies no longer require the Google My Business website or mobile app.
The Google My Business website will continue to be available for bigger firms. So as to manage many profiles from a single dashboard. It will be renamed “Business Profile Manager” over time.
The Google My Business app will be terminated in 2022 in order to transition customers to the new experience.
Users of the Google My Business API can keep using it because it isn’t going away. It will keep all of its present functionality and will get future upgrades.
Google will give further information in the coming months regarding this adjustment.