Moving Your Business?
Make sure you cover all of the details of your Google My Business profile so your customers and prospects can always find you.
Moving Your Business?
Make sure you cover all of the details of your Google My Business profile so your customers and prospects can always find you!
Why You Should Update Your Google My Business Listing
You’ve packed up your office, your sales stock, and the rest of your business gear, but have you prepared your online presence for the move? Making sure your business name, address, and phone number (NAP) are consistent on the web is pretty crucial to getting found, never mind standing out and getting chosen. Read our blog post on what you should update for a move to ensure your loyal customers and new prospects find you right where you are.
46% of all searches on Google are local, with Google currently holding 76% of total search engine marketing share.
97% of consumers search online to find a local business, so your location and opening hours information are critical to accurate results.
88% of local clients trust reviews and an average consumer reads seven reviews to develop an opinion about a company.
More and more, customers are going online to find you
88% of consumer local business searches on a mobile device either call or visit the business within 24 hours.
72%of consumers, who search for local businesses, end up visiting stores within five miles.
There’s been a 900% growth in “near me tonight/today” searches in the past 2 years.
86% of people look up the location of a business on Google Maps.
How ThriveHive Supported André Richard Salon’s Move
- Ensured the salon’s digital presence remained strong throughout the move
- Empowered staff to keep up with relevant Google My Business product changes
- Provided valuable guidance on photos, frequent challenges, post frequency, and more
For catered marketing advice on your digital presence and Google My Business, reserve a session with one of our guides!
David Mihm’s Moving Checklist
- Update your own website
- Update the “Big Four” (Google, Facebook, Apple, Yelp)
- Update ExpressUpdate.com
- Search for your old business name and address on Google
- Update additional prominent listings as time allows
For more information on updating your business profile and all things Google My Business, visit our Knowledge Center.