How To Use A Google My Business Post (Our Monthly Plan)
Welcome to Day 7 of My FREE 30 Day Google My Business Challenge To Boost Your Business
Your Google My Business Post Could Be Worth $218,700.
Seriously, that is based on the incredible web page built by an English entrepreneur in 2005, at the age of 21.
If Million Dollar Homepage Inventor Alex Tew was to use a Google My Business Post on his page it might set you back a bit. This gives us an important lesson in screen pixels and attention-grabbing images.
#boostmybusiness1 month = 30 days of opportunity
- 0:00 Introduction to Google My Business Post
- 0:30 Alex Tew and a Million Dollar page
- 1:00 The true price of a pixel photo
- 1:26 Photos are branding adverts
- 1:40 Why I add a post every 7 days
- 3:40 How to make a plan with some of the tools I use
- 5:18 Where to get inspiration for GMB posts
- 6:35 Experiment and see what insights tell you
Today video will explain why each post could be worth $218,700
If you have just joined us then you need to go to Day 1: https://youtu.be/Nv9-WdiwKcs if you haven't seen it yet.
Why is a post worth so much potentailly?
if you were to pay a dollar a pixel as is seen in Alex Tews example in the vidoe above, then just imagine what a post would cost!. Google My Business posts are great value. They are a free advert on Google. They bring in new business. They can even with a little work show themsleves as an animated gif in your products area (I thank Luc Durrand from Ranking Academy for that tip)
So lets expalin the million dollar equation of 1 dollar per pixel and 540x405 is the resized image of a post. So each post could be worth 540x405x$1 which comes out at $218,700
Links and Tools used in the Video
I often get a chance to use some really great tools to help you add a post in a really easy fashion. Here are my recommendations in todays video
- Auto writer: https://www.autowriter.ai/?via=zane
- SurfeLocal: https://surferlocal.com/?fpr=zane43
- Publer: https://publer.io/Zanet
Google My Business Post : True or False Question
True or False - Ideally you should post at least once a week to keep your GMB current and active
Have your say in the comments below
How I plan my GMB posts
Just add an update post. They expire every 7 days
Look at other posts in your category
Look at popular keywords
Look at your website and use those older articles
Think as a customer thinks
Stand out with a eye-catching image, pop out with colours.
Do a search for image in Google see what Google thinks your post should be
- Mini blog, promote your business
- Use a page on the website, add a summary
- Think what would make a customer want to click on it
- Use a great image
- Add a call to action
A Question for you
- Do your posts stand out?
- Do you mix them up
- Are your posts offering a call to action?
- Do you update at least weekly do you try all different types of posts?
Tomorrow In Day 8 I will show you a recent update which you won't want to miss
I'm going to show you tomorrow a quick tool that will Guarantee Customer Engagement. So don't miss this video article by subscribing here on my Youtube channel.
#boostmybusiness1 month = 30 days of opportunity SEE YOU TOMORROW