A Lawyer’s Guide On How To Get The Most Out Of Google My Business [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - June 17, 2019
A Lawyer’s Guide On How To Get The Most Out Of Google My Business [Infographic]

Use this infographic as a guide to ensure your firm’s Google My Business profile is being used to its fullest potential.

If you’re ever going to grow your firm into the powerhouse that you know it can be, then the first thing you need to do is make sure you’re firm is all set up on Google.

Google My Business was made for companies to share important business information and make it easier for local and non-local clients alike to find you online.

Having your Google My Business profile set up correctly will also make a huge difference in your firm’s search ranking. But in addition to that, Google My Business pages allow you to better connect with potential clients through tools like Google Posts, Reviews, lets you define your local service area, and much more.

To ensure you’re getting the most your of your Google My Business profile, the legal marketing guru’s over at The Rainmaker Institute have put together this infographic that goes into incredible detail about every aspect of Google My Business. Take a look for yourself, then update your profile and start reeling in new clients now!

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