In today’s post, we will explore Google+ business pages, how their data is integrated into the most recent Google Smartphone and what the implications of this are for organisations?
What is a Google+ Business Page?
Earlier known as Google Places, Business Pages are organisation profiles on Google+, the search engine’s own social media network. They are comparable to Facebook and Linkedin Company pages, in that they contain basic details regarding business with the facility for the business to update the individuals that “follow” them using content, picture or video status updates.
Unlike Facebook or Linkedin business pages, Google+ local business data is shown noticeably in Google search results to Google Maps. This year Google has gone above and beyond by giving local business details directly on the dialler of individuals’ phones!
Exploring “Nearby Places” from your Android Dialler
Business Name Search
Not only you can be able to look for personal contacts saved money on your SIM, Google record and social media accounts, but now you can search for any nearby business in the same manner. When connected to the Internet, the dialler will connect with Google+ and search for organisations in your local area names matching your search term, returning potential matches along with their phone numbers. Once you find the business you’re searching for, just touch to dial it.
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Business Category Search
If you enter a general search term into the dealer’s search box, for instance, “pasta” at that point the phone will locate nearby businesses that can provide that service, in this example, pasta restaurants, and list them according to its fame algorithm. Again, swipe down till you discover one that takes your favour and touch to ring it!
Google Caller ID
The effect of the new dialler is also obvious for incoming calls. At the point when a business calls somebody with a Nexus 5 phone, the phone will look into the phone number on Google+, if it finds a match, at that point, it will show the company’s name and Google+ profile picture on the phone’s display.
How do I get my business on Google+?
It’s free to set up a Google+ business page and with the span of usage just expanding you’d be mad not to!
Simply head to google.co.uk/business to begin. You’ll need to give basic data about your business, for example, opening times, address and above all a Google Maps pin of your area and your primary telephone number. You also need to pick up to five classifications for your business from a list provided by Google, for example, Pasta restaurant, website designer, plumber. This is a very significant bit to get right, as your business will show up when people in the local area for that kind of business.
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