Here’s why you should opt for Google’s local booking service

27 Dec, 2018
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Google unveiled the option to book appointments with local businesses directly from the search results in August 2017 and since then they have been pushing it to local business owners in a very discreet manner. However, this feature didn’t receive the kind of warm welcome they were expecting. It might be because people were not Read More

Google sends email to slow loading websites suggesting improvements

5 Dec, 2018
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Google is sending emails to site owners who are struggling with site speed via the Google Search Console. The intention is to help them identify and fix the slow loading pages. Here’s the email. “Google has noticed that your site’s performance is significantly below average. Real user measurement data from the Chrome User Experience Report Read More

YouTube determined to provide measurements that you can trust

27 Nov, 2018
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In order to help YouTube advertisers drive more conversions, Google added new features that combine the power of YouTube’s creative canvas with Google’s machine learning and measurement solution. YouTube advertisers soon will be able to use a wide variety of ad extensions, so that they can provide interesting information and compel the audience to take Read More

Google Now Allows You to Edit Your Reviews Directly from the Knowledge Panel

15 Nov, 2018
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Sometimes, the first impression is not the last impression. For example, you go to a restaurant and don’t receive the type of service you expected so, you leave a negative review. However, upon a second visit, their service matches your expectations and you want to update the review but, don’t want to do it manually. Read More

Google Switched from Word Limit to Character Limit for GMB Posts

25 Oct, 2018
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Before, a Google My Business post had a word limit of 100-300 words. Now, they have changed it to 1,500 characters. Although it’s not a revolutionary change (1,500 characters roughly translate to 294-320 words), it still provides more convenience over the word limit. Counting words is not as precise as characters. You will now know Read More

Now you’ll be able to verify your Google My Business Listing over a video call

10 Oct, 2018
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  It’s quite ironic that an internet giant like Google relied on old school “Postcard verification” process untill now. In order to verify your business, you had to send a request via Google My Business and then wait for 14 days to receive the postcard. In many cases, the postcard arrived on time, but in Read More

Three new types of Google Searches on its way

14 Sep, 2018
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  Google is soon going to roll out three new types of searches: Q&A, FAQ & How To content. It will be pulled directly from the pages & will appear on the search engine result page for enquires that falls under the above mentioned three categories. Here’s a snapshot of Google’s developer manager, Stacey Chan Read More

Alert! Google Chrome will now flag non encrypted websites as “not secure”

23 Jul, 2018
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Google’s Chrome browser will soon flag every site that doesn’t use HTTPS encryption. Google was working on it for quite some time and now they have finally decided to launch it this month. Here’s how it will look to users who visit a non HTTPS website. Furthermore, they will stop highlighting “SECURE” and would rather Read More

Adding a business description in Google is now hassle-free

20 May, 2018
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You can now add description of your business directly within the Google My Business. It’s not a new feature though. Google removed this feature back in 2016 when they dropped the Google+ support. And now made it available again. This feature offers a hassle free way to keep the information about your business updated and Read More

Be careful how you collect reviews – Google updates its reviews guidelines

10 Mar, 2018
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Google is struggling hard to keep the reviews trustworthy. They are trying to weed out fake reviews and bring genuine reviews, but they have a long journey ahead. As reported in Google My Business forums, recently, a Kentucky law firm allegedly ran a contest on Facebook, offering people zoo tickets in exchange for positive reviews. Read More

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