Insert your business into Google with “places” #TechTipTuesday

September 14, 2010

Google has placed itself squarely in most people’s lives with search, advertising, Maps, Gmail, Docs and other applications.  It is only natural that Google would be a source of location services that allows people to easily locate your business.  Enter Google places.

Google places allows a business owner to place its’ business directly onto Google Maps.  Since Google is the world’s most popular search engine by a lot, it makes sense to easily found there.  Jay Fleischman discusses the benefits of Google places and how to set it up in his recent blog post, 6 Easy Steps To Setting Up Google Places For Your Law Firm.

Check it out here.

Google places from Jay Fleischman

Shawn Roberts

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I write about and try to answer practical Oklahoma legal questions. I tend to focus on estate planning and business issues. I make a living as an attorney working for Resolution Legal Group in Oklahoma City. I am husband to Amy and the father of Sam and David. We live exactly in the path where the "wind comes sweeping down the plains."

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