We all know, how beneficial Google My Business is for business. Google has presented new GMB feature, that will make all restaurant owners happier. From now on all of the Google My Business listing owners will have an ability to add and edit their menus.
The menu editor is available in Info tab of your Google My Business dashboard. The editor lets owners edit the prices, titles and descriptions of items. It also lets to divide menu into sections like appetizers, entrees, desserts and so on.
This new feature will let your customers on mobile phones to see the menu directly on your GMD dashboard. Google believes that it will help restaurant owners to attract new clients easier.
Here is the simple instruction on how to use the new feature:
Google My Business is the great tool for representing your company more effectively.
Google makes the platform more interactive by adding a new feature on Google My Business. From now on business owners can upload videos to their photos dashboard, as well as watch videos uploaded by customers.
You can use it as an effective communication tool, as videos can help your business stand out and represent it in a more positive way. The ability for customers to upload videos was introduced last year, but now businesses can do it as well.
Follow these simple steps to add video to you GMB dashboard:
Google just recently moved Google Posts to Google My Business, so from now on, all verified businesses will have an opportunity to publish events, products, and services directly to Google Search and Maps. Create posts and increase the engagement with your customers when they find your business listing on Google! Be more visible on Google search and maps results for free!
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