Your business's local Google+ page could be like this:
But I'm guessing it's more like this:
Don't feel bad. You're not alone. Most businesses
neglect their local Google+ (AKA Google Places) pages.
At best they're virtual business cards - minus the paper and
social significance. At worst they fail to make would-be
customers step inside, because they look about as comforting and
cool as a colostomy bag.
There's hope. If you hustle, you can be the only one
in your 'hood with a pimped Google page that makes mad bank.
You may remember the post I wrote over 2 years ago, How to Pimp Your Google Places Listing.
That's old-school. Less than 4 months after I wrote it,
Google retired the old Places pages. Much else has changed in the last couple of years -
with the most-recent big change being the “My Business” rollout.
In that time, I've put together a whole new bag of tricks for
pimping a Google page. (By the way, we help you with these as
part of [...]
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