So you are confused about your Google Places listing for your therapy website. You are not alone. One of the most common complaints we hear from therapists is this:
I’ve had a Google places listing for awhile and I think I filled everything out correctly, but I’m not ranking!
If you’re in that boat, then this post will be your friend!
If you are reading this post, you probably know that Google Places is a fundamental stepping stone to a strong ranking in your local area for you business. In the 29-minute video, below, Becky walks you through John Taylor‘s Google Places listing (thanks, John!) using the Google Places Audit Checklist that we developed to determine what is wrong with therapists’ Google Places listings.
Once you watch the video, download the checklist, and audit your own listing! If you run into any problems, or if you decide that you just have no patience for this kind of thing, then let us know and we can help you out.
Download the Checklist (the contents can also be copied from this post, simply scroll down).
Now watch the video about your Google Places listing:
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If you run into any problems with trying to post your Google Places listing for your therapy website, or if you decide that you just have no patience for this kind of thing, then let us know and we can help you out. It’s what we do all day, every day.
Let me know how it goes! And remember, Google is your friend on the web, it is trying to connect people who are looking for your services to your website. So take advantage of all it has to offer.