Google Places Guidelines Update: Google recently announced a vital new change to their “Google Places Quality Guidelines”.
This change effects service based businesses who service customers at a location other than their main business address.
The change to the guidelines states this:
If you don’t receive customers at your location, you must select the “Do not show my business address on my Maps listing” option
within your dashboard. If you don’t hide your address, your listing may be removed from Google Maps.
For more information on the Google Guidelines, click here.
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As a follow up to our last blog “Beware of what internet companies you hire” we have an audio clip of exactly what types of pitches you should look out for.
*Please note that the Name & Phone Number have been removed for Privacy Reasons*
Click here to listen now!
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Our Panda & Adoption Certificate arrived in the mail today! We are very excited to have our newest team member here. He makes for a great company mascot!
Stay tuned for more updates on our newest team member and our continued efforts to help save the Giant Panda.
For More Information:
Our Initial #SaveThePanda Blog Post: http://blog.pinpointlocal.com/?p=79
World Wildlife Fund: http://www.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/gifts/Species-Adoptions/Panda.aspx
As you know in response to the Google Panda Updates we here at PinPoint Local have adopted a Giant Panda, to help increase awareness of both the Algorithm and the Endangered Species. (Read all about it here: http://blog.pinpointlocal.com/?p=79)
We received our adoption certificate today:
For more information about our efforts, follow our #SaveThePanda updates on our Blog.
Adopt your own Giant Panda from the World Wildlife Fund: http://www.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/gifts/Species-Adoptions/Panda.aspx