Sams Teach Yourself Google Places in 10 Minutes
Sams Teach Yourself Google Places in 10 Minutes gives you straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through its 10-minute lessons, you’ll learn how to claim your free Google Places business page, improve it with everything from video to coupons, and attract more new customers, starting today!
Tips point out shortcuts and solutions
Cautions help you avoid common pitfalls
Notes provide additional information
10 minutes is all you need to learn how to…
- Claim your free Google Places online business directory page
- Publish your basic business information in just minutes
- Help visitors experience your business with video, photos, and more
- Keep your page up-to-date, painlessly
- Add detailed directions to your location with Google Maps
- Generate discount coupons that attract traffic
- Encourage rave reviews on Google Places and Yelp–and respond effectively to online criticism
- Easily create powerful in-store cell phone advertising with QR codes
- Improve your Google Search rankings
- Manage online impressions and get detailed feedback through the Dashboard
- Build a low-cost Adwords campaign that integrates with Google Places
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|Series:||Sams Teach Yourself Series|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||5 MB|
About the Author
Bud Smith has written more than a dozen books about computer hardware and software, with more than a million copies sold. Bud’s recent books include two from Sams: Sams Teach Yourself Tumblr in 10 Minutes and Sams Teach Yourself iPad in 10 Minutes. His other books include extensive coverage of Google, most recently including How to Do Everything Nexus One, Google Business Solutions All-In-One For Dummies, and Google Voice For Dummies.
Bud started out as a technical writer and journalist, and then moved into marketing and product management for technology companies. He worked at Apple Computer as a Senior Product Manager; at Google competitor AltaVista as a Group Product Manager; and at GPS navigation company Navman as a Global Product Manager. Bud holds a BA in Information Systems Management from the University of San Francisco and an MSc in Information Systems from the London School of Economics. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, participating in environmental causes when he’s not working on one of his many technology-related projects.