Google has announced the availability of Google Posts to the Google My Business users. According to Google, this drive will help local businesses to attract new customers and build relationships with the already existing customers.

Google Posts can be used to –

  • share daily specials or current promotions
  • promote events
  • showcase top products
  • connect with customers directly from Google listing.

Rosa Wu, Product Manager, Google My Business, says, “If you’re a Google My Business user, you can start posting right now. Posts can be created on-the-go using the Google My Business Android and iOS apps or website.

If you’re not yet using Google My Business, sign up and get started today managing your business listing on Google. Once you’ve verified your business, you’ll be ready to start posting. To learn more, visit the Google My Business Help Center“.

Make your business stand out on Google with Posts


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