Google My Business Gets A Refresh

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Google announced the launch of a new redesign for Google May Business. This includes updated navigation, which the company says is aimed at making it easier to access the product's primary features and providing better access to multiple locations for those using Google My Business Locations.

Google's Marissa Nordahl made the announcement in a Google product forum (via Search Engine Land), saying:

You’ll see tabs for editing, photos, insights, and reviews. These tabs provide quick access to the most common user actions.

Merchants with multiple locations or Google+ brand pages will see an updated management experience with two tabs: one for “Locations” and another for Google+ “Brand Pages” where you can view your listings or pages in either a card and a list format. “Contact support” options are also now more prominent so you can find the answers to your questions faster.

Google gives you a walkthrough on the new navigation here, but if you really want a tour, check out this five-minute video from local search expert Mike Blumenthal.

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