With many schools closed and restrictions on gatherings and events, K-12 schools and colleges across the nation are now depending on virtual tours to show prospective students and families what their campus has to offer. If you don’t already have a virtual tour on your website, or if you have
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Did you know your school’s Google My Business (GMB) may be marked as permanently closed? Despite the temporary closing of schools across the nation, we’re noticing an uptick in “helpful” strangers marking schools and businesses as permanently closed. Thankfully, GMB sends an email to the owner of the listing to
“We want to rank first for that keyword.” If you run a small business, I’m sure you’ve had that thought. It’s a great goal to have. And yes, ranking first for a specific term has its advantages. But it also doesn’t mean what it used to. Take a quick look
Whether investigating private school options or searching locally for quality running socks, the first place people go to is Google. Your school or company may provide the exact service or product someone is searching for, but without an accurate and optimized Google My Business listing, there’s a chance you’ll be
Facebook seems to be making plenty of headlines lately. And for businesses that advertise, it’s concerning. From algorithm changes that reduce brand visibility, to recent data breach accusations, it’s hard to ignore. Both issues have caused reactions among businesses and investors as stocks have fallen sharply in both circumstances. As