Edit your business listing on Google

Edit your Google My Business listing to ensure that your business information on Google is accurate and up-to-date. Change your address, hours, contact info, and photos to help potential customers find you and learn more about your business.

If you haven’t already, add or claim your business, then verify your business listing so it’s eligible to appear on Maps, Search, and other Google services. Your edits won’t appear live on Google until your listing is verified.

If you manage 10 or more locations of the same business, you can upload and edit business information in bulk. Learn more

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To edit your business information on Google:

  1. Sign in to Google My Business.
  2. Make sure you’re using card view. If you’re viewing your locations as a list instead of cards, switch to card view by clicking the cards icon on the right side above your locations.
  3. Choose the listing you’d like to manage.
  4. Click Info from the menu.
  5. Click the section that you want to change, then enter the new information in the box that appears. Click the X next to the section you’d like to delete to remove it.
    • It may take up to 60 days to delete information you’ve previously added. Information that is also publicly available or from other sources may not be removed.
    • Business descriptions (editorial summaries or keywords from the web that appear next to your business) are not editable. Learn more
  6. Click Apply.

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To edit your business information on Google:

  1. Open the Google My Business app.
  2. Tap the menu icon Business info.
  3. Tap the pencil icon or tap the text in the section you’d like to change.
  4. Enter your new information in the screen that appears.
  5. When you’ve made all of your changes, tap Save in the top right corner.

To delete information:

  1. Open the Google My Business app.
  2. Tap the menu icon Business info.
  3. Tap the pencil icon or tap the text in the section you’d like to change.
  4. Tap the X next to the section you’d like to delete, or delete its content using the backspace key on your device’s keyboard.
  5. When you’ve made all of your changes, tap Save in the top right corner.

View information live on Google

If your business is verified, you can scroll down to find options to “See your business on Google”.

Tap any of the icons to see your business as it appears on that service.

If you delete information, some of the information that you previously added about your business may take up to 60 days to be deleted from our active servers, and may remain in our backup systems for an additional period of time. Information that you have added but is also available publicly or from other sources won’t be removed.

Closed or moved business

Follow these steps to mark your business as permanently closed.

If your business has moved to a new location, update your business address. Don’t create a new listing if your business has moved from one place to another. Learn more about moving a business on Google

Report a problem with someone else’s business

If you see something wrong with a business you don’t own or manage, you can report it using Google Maps.

Types of edits

Represent your business exactly as it appears in the offline world. Changing your business name between when you request a verification postcard and when you enter the verification code will reset the verification process. For more information, see the Google My Business quality guidelines.

Enter the complete and exact address for your business location. Read our address entry guidelines for more recommendations.

Changing your address between when you request a verification postcard and when you enter the verification code will reset the verification process.

Enter up to 2 phone numbers (mobile or landline, no fax) at which your business can be called, in addition to your primary phone number.

Enter the one category that best represents your business. All locations of a business must share one Primary Category. Choose a category that is as specific as possible, but representative of your main business. If you enter several categories, the category entered in the first field will be selected as your primary category.

You may also choose up to nine more additional categories. If you can’t find a category for your business, choose one that is more general.

  • Don’t use categories solely as keywords or to describe attributes of your business.
  • Don’t use categories that pertain to other businesses that are nearby or related, such as a business physically contained within your business or an entity that contains your business.

Add the hours that your business is open. These are your regular customer-facing hours of operation for a typical week. For days when you have unusual hours, like holidays or special events, set special hours. Learn more about hours guidelines

To set business hours:

  1. Make sure that you’ve followed the steps above to select the location whose hours you want to set.
  2. Choose a day of the week and slide the circle to the right to indicate your business is open on that day.
  3. Click Opens at and select the opening time from the dropdown menu.
  4. Click Closes at and select the closing time from the dropdown menu.
  5. Once you’re done, click Apply.

Breaks in business hours

Create two entries for the same day with different times to indicate that your business hours include a break. For example, say your business is open from 9am–2pm on Saturdays, closed from 2pm–5pm, then open again from 5pm–10pm. To show this for your business, you’d enter the first open time by choosing Saturday, 9:00am, and 2:00pm. Then, you’d click Add hours, but this time enter 5:00pm and 10:00pm.

24-hour businesses

Indicate that you’re open 24 hours on a given day by clicking Opens at next to the day you want to set hours for, then selecting 24 hours from the dropdown menu that appears.

Special hours

To change your hours for holidays or other temporary periods, set special hours.

Enter the website URL for your business. Make sure that:

You can also include links to specific actions (like online orders or reservations) in your listing.

To add a URL to your listing:

  1. Sign in to Google My Business.
  2. Choose the listing you want to edit. (If you’re using card view , you’ll need to click Manage location, then click Info from the menu.)
  3. Click into the URLs section. Depending on your business category, you may see options to add additional URLs.
  4. Enter your URLs in the appropriate fields.
    • If you add a menu, it must meet the Google My Business menu URL guidelines to be eligible to appear in your listing.
  5. Click Apply.

Attributes include offerings like “Has Wi-Fi” and “Offers outdoor seating,” which tell customers more about your business. Add relevant and accurate attributes to your business listing to help people find you on Google. Get started with attributes by clicking the field beside the attributes icon .

Note: If you own or manage a doctor listing, you can edit your gender information in the Attributes section . If you want to remove your gender information, use this form to contact us.



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50 Online Businesses You Can Run From Home

by Online home business Drea Knufken January 11, 2011, 10:26 am 32.5k Views

Avoid cubicle farms and bosses breathing down your neck by starting an online business that you can run from home. Once you start making real money, you might never turn back. Here are 50 online businesses you start and run from home:

Help clients out by providing secretarial, technical, or creative support from your home office.

Blogs, websites, even magazines need content to stay fresh and relevant. Put your writing, photography, or other artistic skills to work for pay.

Everyone needs a programmer. You re especially relevant and valuable if you can program mobile apps.

Drive traffic to big sites like Amazon and eBay, or even to smaller sites via online ads and your website, then get a commission in return.

Buy a bunch of products at one price, set up a website, and resell them to interested buyers for profit.

Ebooks in every topic are a hot commodity. You could either get them written and sell them via your website, or write them yourself.

Home study courses

Learning a new skill is as easy as getting online, and if you have a specialty, it s a good time to turn it into a home study course that you can sell for profit.

Research a topic that people just can t find a solution to, package it into a report, then sell each report for money.

From fixing dishwashers to understanding myopia, people are hungry to learn online. Help them with your educational videos.

From Internet security to marketing support, everyone with a computer is looking for some kind of software. Help them find it by selling it on your site.

If you re willing to rise early, study markets, and put in winning bets, this three-hour-a-day job could be for you.

Create one or more blogs or websites, and make money by showing Google AdSense ads.

Build a website, increase traffic to it, and advertisers will be knocking on your door to pay you for ad space.

See a potentially hot domain name that hasn t been taken yet? Buy it up and flip it for profit.

Yes, buying up someone else s junk at garage sales, then selling it for a premium on eBay still does work.

Everyone needs data entry, but few are willing to do it. If you re one of those few, you can find contract jobs online.

Paid online surveys

Marketers will pay as much as $300 per day for in-person surveys. Online surveys will net you less, but if you do enough of them, you can make yourself a handsome little nest egg.

Proven products always need more sellers. Find a niche you like, put up a small amount of money upfront, make lots of phone calls and online inquiries, and watch the profits roll in.

Selling your handiwork or crafts

If you consider yourself an artsy-craftsy person, add the fruits of your labor to Etsy.com and transform them into dollars.

Take someone s flailing website off their hands, polish it up, and find a buyer who wants it.

If you re good at naming things, try your hand at domain naming for profit at PickyDomains.com.

Writing software reviews

If you geek out on new apps, programs, and other software, writing reviews on SoftwareJudge.com can make you money.

Writing Google AdWords ads

Everyone wants good AdWords ads, but not everyone can write them well, as any Google search will demonstrate. Prettifying AdWords ads can make you a profit.

Write sponsored posts on your blog

Companies everywhere are dying for social media exposure. Get enough user traction on your blog, and make moola writing paid posts through an agency like PayPerPost.com.

If you have a real aptitude for gaining a following on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, outsource those skills to companies as a social media expert.

Write an ezine with a paid subscription

If you have valuable content to offer, consider writing an ezine, then charging users to read it. This is an especially promising strategy as the age of the tablet rears its head.

Lots of people and companies need research done, but not everyone has the time to do it. Pimp your skills as a researcher-for-pay.

See a potentially huge blog that s been neglected by its owner? Snap it up, fix it up, increase traffic, and flip it to a buyer for a profit.

Transcribing audio content can be a slow, time-consuming process, and the truth is, there s just not that much good transcribing software out there. This could be your niche.

Becoming a freelance recruiter can offer handsome benefits, especially if you do it at the executive level.

Pitch yourself as an expert in your field and harness your connections to consult for a living.

Do you like to motivate people? Got business acumen? If so, exchange your skills for cash as an online life coach.

Although lots of travel planning is now automated, you can still make money as a specialized travel agent, either for a travel portal or on a consulting basis.

If you have something to sell, there s a place for you to sell it, from Craigslist to eBay to Amazon to all kinds of specialty sites.

Be the middleman between a customer and a wholesaler by shipping goods that a customer orders from said wholesaler and marking them up in the process.

Put your artistic skills to use by designing posters, ads, business cards, and more.

Outsource your skills to the legions of companies and individuals looking for a new or improved website.

Selling used books on sites like Amazon.com and, if you sell the right books, quite lucrative.

From blog guest posts to Facebook to newsletters, Internet marketing requires know-how, but you get paid bucks in return.

If you re a CPA, jump online to bring in more business.

What use is a website if a search engine can t find it? Put your search maestro skills to use by becoming an SEO expert.

Use your real estate acumen to find people the perfect apartment or home to rent, or even hook them up with a roommate.

Record financial transactions for clients, or work in billing.

Work as a bill collector from home.

Make quality how-to videos and sell them for profit.

Take care of payroll administration for businesses that can t do it in-house.

Have people mail you their empty ink cartridges, refill them at home, and mail them back.

Become a beta tester for the many software companies putting out new products.

Tinctures, creams, and anything with the word anti-aging on it has a hot market. Gear up a site to sell these products online.

There are a lot of medical claims that need to be billed and everyone outsources. Get trained and jump on this for guaranteed bucks.



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Wouldn t you love to have a few million dollars to start your business? Me too! With a great idea and a great business plan, you probably feel almost entitled to get the funding you re seeking.

The reality, though, is that for most entrepreneurs, you must prove your concept first before anyone will put up that kind of money. But most businesses require some sort of initial capital for things like inventory, marketing, physical facilities, incorporation expenses, etc.

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), While poor management is cited most frequently as the reason businesses fail, inadequate or ill-timed financing is a close second. Sometimes it comes down to simple cash flow–many companies have closed their doors because they just couldn t make it another few months until the money came in.

When exploring your funding options, there are several factors to consider:

  • Are your needs short-term or long-term? How quickly will you be able to pay back the loan or provide a return on their investment?
  • Is the money for operating expenses or for capital expenditures that will become assets, such as equipment or real estate?
  • Do you need all the money now or in smaller pieces over several months?
  • Are you willing to assume all the risk if your company doesn t succeed, or do you want someone to share the risk?

The answers to these questions will help you prioritize the many funding options available.

  • Debt financing – You borrow the money and agree to pay it back in a particular time frame at a set interest rate. You owe the money whether your venture succeeds or not. Bank loans are what most people typically think of as debt financing, but we will explore many other options below.

  • Equity financing – You sell partial ownership of your company in exchange for cash. The investors assume all (or most) of the risk–if the company fails, they lose their money. But if it succeeds, they typically make a much greater return on their investment than interest rates. In other words, equity financing is far more expensive if your company is successful, but far less expensive if it isn t.

Because investors take on a much higher risk than lenders, they are typically far more involved in your company. This can be a mixed blessing. They will likely offer advice and connections to help grow your business. But if their plan is to exit your company in 2-3 years with a substantial return on their investment, and your motivation is the long-term sustainable growth of the company, you may find yourself at odds with them as the company grows. Be careful not to give up too much control of your company.

Let s take a closer look at the many options available for startups.

Friends and family are still your best source for both loans and equity deals. They are typically less stringent regarding your credit and their expected return on investment. One caveat: structure the deal with the same legal rigor you would with anyone else or it may create problems down the road when you look for additional financing.

Prepare a business plan and formal documents–you ll both feel better, and it s good practice for later.

Credit cards are a great tool for cash flow management, assuming you use them just for that and not for long-term financing. Keep one or two cards with no balance on it and pay it off every month to give yourself a 30 to 60-day float with no interest. And the low introductory rates on some cards make them some of the cheapest money around. Managed well, they re extremely effective; managed poorly, they re extremely expensive.

Bank loans come in all shapes and sizes, from microloans of a few hundred dollars, typically offered by local community banks, to six-figure loans by major national banks. These are much easier to obtain when backed by assets (home equity or an IRA) or third-party guarantors (e.g., government-sponsored SBA loans or a cosigner).

If you obtain a line of credit rather than a fixed-amount loan, you don t start paying interest until you actually spend the money.

Leasing is the way to go if you need big-ticket items such as equipment, vehicles, or even computers. Your supplier will help you explore this.

Angel investors fill the gap between friends and family and venture capitalists, who now rarely even look at investments below $1 million. Enlist a savvy financial adviser to structure the deal.

Private lending represents a viable alternative when the bank says no . Private lenders are looking for the same information and will conduct similar due diligence as the banks, but they typically specialize in an industry and are more willing to take on higher-risk loans if they see the potential.

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Hundreds of different small business options are available for people looking for the right venture. Although there can be almost as many variations as there are people who undertake a new business, most small businesses fit into certain main categories, based on their legal and ownership structure, company size, business location, and whether they are virtual or brick-and-mortar businesses. Your business probably fits into at least several of these groupings.

Legal Status

The simplest legal forms for small businesses are sole proprietorships and partnerships. Neither is required to be registered with the state and taxes are managed on the owner’s or partners’ personal tax forms. These forms are best when there is little capital property or likelihood of being sued. A corporation is the opposite end of the spectrum, requiring registration with state and local authorities, separate business tax filings and regular meetings with an established board of directors. The S-corporation is a variation suitable for small businesses. Under this formulation, income is passed through to the individual stockholders and reflected on their personal tax forms. An LLC, or limited liability company, is another corporate variation which combines the liability protection of a corporation with the tax structures of a partnership.

Independent Contractors

Perhaps you are a house-painter, freelance writer or party planner. If you work on your own, at times and for clients you choose, your business may fall into the independent contractor category. As the name implies, you create agreements or contracts on a per-job basis to accomplish a set task. Although you are doing work for your client in each case, you are considered self-employed, since you are not employed directly by any of the people for whom you perform jobs. Self-employed individuals are required to file quarterly estimated taxes and are responsible for claiming income on their personal tax forms. Many independent contractors are also home-based businesses.

Physical or Virtual Location

Your small business may have an actual storefront or office, a solely online presence, or a combination of both. A legal practitioner, seamstress or caterer likely will have an office or physical location where she can meet with clients and keep the tools of her trade. A bookseller, translator or freelance writer, on the other hand, might successfully manage his business without a physical shop and do all his business through a website. Other businesses are best served by a combination of both physical and virtual presence — craftspeople in particular typically will display their goods at local craft coops or shows, but also have a website, perhaps as part of a virtual craft mall.



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