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How to Create a Google Business Account

To create a Google My Business account, follow these steps:

Go to the Google My Business website: Visit the Google My Business website at

Sign in with your Google account: Click on the "Manage Now" button on the top right corner of the page. Sign in with your existing Go ogle account or create a new one if you don't have one already.

Enter your business information: Once you've signed in, you'll be prompted to enter your business name. Enter the name of your business exactly as it appears in the real world.

Specify your business location: If you have a physical location where customers can visit, enter your business address. If you operate a service-based business or don't have a physical storefront, you can choose to hide your address.

Specify your service area: If you don't have a physical location or if you serve customers within a specific geographic area, you can specify your service area by city, region, or postal code.

Choose your business category: Select the most relevant category that describes your business. This helps Google understand your industry and target audience.

Add contact information: Enter your business phone number and website URL. These details will be displayed on your Google My Business listing.

Verify your business: To verify your business and prove that you're the owner or authorized representative, Google will send a verification code to the address provided during the setup process. Choose the verification method that works best for you (typically mail, phone, or email).

Complete your profile: Once your business is verified, you can complete your profile by providing additional information such as your business hours, description, photos, and other details. Take the time to fill out your profile as completely and accurately as possible.

Start managing your account: Once your Google My Business account is set up and verified, you can log in to your account dashboard. From there, you can manage and update your business information, respond to customer reviews, add posts, and access insights and analytics.

Remember to regularly review and update your Google My Business account to keep your business information accurate and engage with customers effectively.

Note: In some cases, if your business is already listed on Google Maps, you may need to claim and verify the existing listing rather than creating a new one.


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