Labor Day is quickly approaching and consumers will want to find interesting things to purchase during this day. This is the perfect timing to inform them about offers, discounts or events that your stores are likely to offer.
This year Easter, Labor Day, Ascension and Pentecost all fall on a weekday. Another reason for retailers to correctly set the specific opening hours of their points of sale on the Internet.
Batibouw, The imm Cologne and counterparts: How to promote your participation on Google and Facebook local pages?
While the historic Belgian Batibouw fair opened its doors, it was worth recalling the importance of these events dedicated to interior design and adjoining actors. In a national or even an international context these specialized meetings are an opportunity to retain or attract a new clientele for major brands in the market (mixing furniture, decoration, DIY, appliances ...) and more specialized chain stores (kitchen, home decorators, bedding specialist..).
Valentine's Day and upcoming dates: How to boost visits to your businesses with Google My Business and Waze?
Like others, Valentine's Day is a special day of the year. For couples, families, relatives is (in theory) a moment of love and sharing, but for chains of shops and restaurants it is especially a great opportunity to attract new customers. Valentine’s Day is just one of the opportunities to use as we know that throughout the year, users are looking for information and advice on places to (re) visit. So you have a double opportunity to use for your marketing communication.
Are your Google My Business location pages up to date and completed to be ready for "back to school"?
With its “local info page”, Google My Business ensures the online presence of your points of sale in Google searches, in Google Maps and on all other Google services. It’s one of the main media to master as part of your Web-to- Store activities.
This new Google Update will please most of us as it actually enables users to get a notification when you answer to their review through Google My Business !
In order to access the O2O metrics (In-store visits, in-store sales,...) of your business, you have to put 2 Google products into work. Google My Business, in which you can manage your location properly and Adwords for the launch of your local campaigns. Then we can extrapolate those results and start making conclusions.
One of the main challenges of Retail organisation is the ability to measure in store traffic and assess where it is coming from. It is often hard to attribute an in-store visit to a specific marketing action. It is thus complicated to understand and optimize O2O (online-to-Offline) conversions.
In order to add services to your business in Google Maps or Google Search, you had to be a restaurant to access this feature. But Google enabled this feature for all types of businesses! Until now only restaurants could edit their menu the way the wanted, without having to follow the suggestions made by Google My Business.
1. How will my Google Post appear in Google Search and Google Maps? >
2. The different types of content your can share with a Google Post >
3. The Google Post, at the heart of your digital local strategy >
4. Tutorials from Mobilosoft >
5. Inspiration and Cases >
Google My Business is the leading platform to manage the visibility of your shop, restaurant, agency or business within Google. One of the most important features of Google My Business is the Google Post, which allows you to share local content on the Google My Business page of your business.