Google My Business Execution Plan
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Who’s this for?
Business Operators: If you manage a business or own it. This will walk you through everything in an easy to apply format. The goal is to execute – not confuse you with technical terms.
Marketing Pros: If you want to offer more value to your clients with Google My Business – and make the process of optimizing listings scaleable and repeatable – this is for you.
The Execution Plan is a set of processes, organized into 4 phases:
Phase 1: Listing Optimization
Checklists for optimizing all features of your listing
Clear if-then statements on when you should and should not use a feature
How to effectively optimize and geo-tag your photos
How to get your listing verified in difficult markets (Google calls them “Your Money or Your Life” markets)
Phase 2: Citations
A primer on how to effectively build citations
A complete list of citation sources, organized by industry and geography
For those of you who would rather outsource this – I’ve provided the most reliable (and cost efficient) vendor to do so
An *insider tip* that gives me a competitive edge in almost every market
Phase 3: Review Velocity
Strategies and tools for automating the review process
High leverage executions for ramping up the velocity of your reviews
How to get reviews in “sensitive” industries where people don’t want to publicly talk about their experiences
Phase 4: The E3 Formula
Google My Business Posts (how-to, examples, templates, and a calendar to follow)
Expanding your visibility on Google Search and Maps (by ethically gaming the system)
Easy to follow strategies for increasing your listing’s engagement rates
How to access Insights in your Google My Business account (what the data means and its limitations)
Free and paid tools for tracking the footprint of your listings in Google Maps (very insightful, since visibility is partially dependent on user location)