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Connect your account and manage publishing on Google My Business with Just Social Post

Google My Business is an effective tool for your business network, as it allows physical business locations to increase search visibility on Google Search and Google Maps. It makes it easy for your customers to get to your location, read and share reviews and find useful information (phone number, website, hours of operation, etc.). Also, it's free and easy-to-use! Create your Google My Business account right now to start posting.

How to get started with posting on Google My Business:

Connect Your Google My Business to Just Social Post

Important. Only verified location accounts can be connected and managed within Just Social Post. Check here on how to create and verify your local business on Google.

All Google My Business account members (admin, owner, website manager) are able to connect accounts and manage publishing.

There is a limitation of Google My Business API where a business or brand with over 10 locations cannot use the post feature through third party tools like Just Social Post.

Create a post for Google My Business

Use your usual post creation workflow to compose your text message and visual design. How can I create a post.

  • Only "What's new?" type of Google My Business posts are available
  • Your post can contain text (up to 1500 characters) + 1 attached image (square)
  • You can't add a call to action (CTA) button to your posts

“What's new” posts: Posts that provide general information about your business. This type of GMB post doesn't require a title and start/end date (like 'Offer' and 'Event' post types do). For example, a restaurant could make a post to promote a new menu item.

Publish and Schedule to Google My Business

All publishing features and actions (add to queue, recycle, repost, draft etc) are available for Google My Business posts as well. How can I schedule a post.

Notice. Google My Business works a little differently than other social networks do - your posts expire after 1 week and will no longer appear in Google’s search results.

Tip. Keep sharing updates and stand out in Google Search and Maps by scheduling ahead and recycling evergreen posts. How to use repeating posts.


Reporting and Statistics are not available for Google My Business network.


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