Google My Business Analytics (insights)

  • By Dan Wilson
  • 16 Jun, 2016

How to: Run a monthly check on the Google My Business analytics

    1. Go to: business.google.com

    2. Click a Location 

    3. Click "insights" icon (green arrows)

    4. Screen Print all four tracked graphs (at least the ones with information)
    • [ALT+Tab] between browser and email
    • "PrtSc" button in top right of your keyboard
    • [CTRL+V] paste … and…
    • [ALT+Tab] between browser and email

        1. Go to: https://business.google.com


        2. Click a Location 2. Click a Location 

        Google My Business locations

        3. Click "insights" icon (green arrows)

        Google Insights link

        4. Screen Print all four tracked graphs (at least the ones with information)

      1. [ALT+Tab] between browser and email
      2. "PrtSc" button in top right of your keyboard
      3. [CTRL+V] paste … and…
      4. [ALT+Tab] between browser and email
      5. Google Plus track ROI
        pay attention to the useful information

        Purchase a $298 sales focused marketing plan:

        Website Domain URL
        Your Name & Phone #

        Screen Relevance

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        The headline, "Confirmed: Walmart buys Jet.com for $3B in cash to fight Amazon" on Tech Crunch this morning should strengthen the resolve and sharpen the focus for every growing tech company. An online mall wasn't a new idea - but these three guys; added to their  virtual shopping cart  option to select additional items (using pricing incentives).  Wow, novel idea... anyone who's purchased a pack of gum at the grocery store has seen the benefit of point of sale suggestions. It's also not rocket science to understand that you can save on shipping if combine purchases. 

        The factor that really gave this deal a steroid injection was Amazon.com (and the fact that Wal-Mart is not good at being second. These all fit together to form a $3 billion dollar deal.

        This company launched (publicly ) a year and 18 days ago. 
        By Dan Wilson 16 Jun, 2016
          1. Go to: business.google.com

          2. Click a Location 

          3. Click "insights" icon (green arrows)

          4. Screen Print all four tracked graphs (at least the ones with information)
          • [ALT+Tab] between browser and email
          • "PrtSc" button in top right of your keyboard
          • [CTRL+V] paste … and…
          • [ALT+Tab] between browser and email
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