The Latest in Local Search for June

The Latest in Local Search for June

What’s New in Local Search?

No Website? No Worries! Introducing the GMB Website Builder

The most basic ingredient of ranking locally is having a business website, right? But what if you don’t? Now you have an option. Google launched it’s Google My Business Website Builder for FREE. This is currently available only to those businesses that have verified GMB listing. It can be accessed on the new GMB Dashboard. Check this review about Google’s Website Builder

Google Post Available WorldWide

Google announced the worldwide availability of Google Post late last June. Business and agency owners can use Google Post to offer promotions, share information and create events. The best thing about this new feature is that it appears in the search results. Check out this article from Mike B. about this news.

New Interface for Local Panels Now Available On Mobile

Google has finally rolled out a new tab-based interface for local panels. On this new interface, a user can easily navigate between a business’s overview information and its reviews. This feature is only available on mobile search, see how it looks.

 

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