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Google Get Your Business One the Map: Grow Your Business Online

Thu 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Let's Put Our Cities on the Map is an initiative to help local businesses increase their presence online. We're working with business owners, city officials, and lovers of all things local to spread the word about the importance of getting local business information on Google Search and Maps. To get started, businesses just need to create an on line listing and verify their business for free with Google My Business. Local businesses are vital to America's economic future an fact, small businesses comprise half of the US GDP and create two thirds of all new jobs. And a though nearly all consumers look online for products and services, many small businesses do not have any web presence at all. We believe every small business should be found on line and we offer the ability to do this through Google products like Google Maps-for free. GROW YOUR BUSINESS ON-LINE This Workshop covers three things you can do right now to grow your business online. This workshop will cover how to be found by local customers, how to connect with local searchers using Google My Business, how you can be found everywhere, on all devices and how to be found with online advertising. This workshop will also show you how to promote your products and services on Google and partner websites. REQUIREMENTS BEFORE REGISTRATION - 1. Your business MUST have Gmail account and be verified with Google 2. To check if your business is verified or need assistance with verification –please contact Vonda Wingate – City of Greensboro Economic Development & Business Support @ 336-373-2995 via email at

Speaker(s): Pamela Starr

Co-Sponsor(s): SCORE, City of Greensboro, EDBS & Public Library; GTCC SBC; UNC-G Entrepreneurship Center; Greensboro Chamber of Commerce; Lady Bizness and Team Dream Works

Fee: No Cost

Phone: (336) 334-4822 X 62001


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