There’s no denying that Google likes to constantly improve its formula in order to stay relevant and bring its users the best search results possible.
While that kind of commitment to excellence surely is applaudable, it also means we need to keep abreast of every change Google suggests. That is if we want to get the most out of this platform.
So, what’s new with Google lately? If you haven’t heard about the new feature called Google Brand Accounts, we’re here to tell you all about it.
What Is a Google Brand Account?
First of all, a Google Brand Account is NOT to be confused with Google+ pages or Google My Business.
With this new special kind of account for your business or brand, you can publish posts in Google My Business, which appear immediately under your Google Listing in the right-hand corner.
You can use certain Google services (e.g. Google+, Google My Business, YouTube) with your Brand Account to create an online presence. If you ask us, that’s really an excellent tool for building SEO and promoting brand specials!
These services can help your business or brand communicate, connect, and share important information with customers and fans.
How Brand Accounts differ from regular Google Accounts?
A Google Brand Account can have multiple owners and people who manage it. You and others can jointly manage a Brand Account after you create a Google Brand Account through your own Google Accounts. You don’t need a separate username or password for it. It is also important to create a Youtube Brand Account.
In addition, to manage who can see and interact with your content, it’s important to make sure you adjust each service’s settings.
Needless to say, if you still haven’t taken advantage of what Google Brand Accounts have to offer, don’t wait any longer! If you need more information regarding the set up and maintenance, please visit this link or call us for help!
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