The top 3 business listings that appear above everything except ads in Google search results are created from a free platform Google developed using Google Maps. This tool was built for businesses and is known today as "Google My Business".
Being listed in "the top 3" is the gold-standard for any organization interested in being found on Google.
Do you know why your listing is displayed so prominently? Hint: more reviews is not the only answer
Do you know how your listing stacks up to the other two competitors in that 3-Pack result?
More important, do you want to keep it there?
Appearing in the Top 3 search results of Google’s "Local Search Results" (also known as "the 3-pack" or "map pack") is almost mandatory if you plan on getting any phone calls, foot traffic, website traffic, reviews and more. It's not just for local businesses, either.
The "3-Pack" (those little red balloons that show up with a Google Map just above them) is generated when someone searches for a term that Google calls "Local Intent". Searches like "Medical Lawyer", "Chiropractor", or "Dentist near me" will all trigger "the 3-pack".
With 10+ years of search experience, we know Google My Business listings require constant attention. Every week, ASAPmaps automatically gives your listings the attention they need.
ASAPmaps helps increase your visibility on Google Maps leading to more user interactions and new customers.
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We tested ASAPmaps for months with some of our clients. We wanted a sample data from businesses all over the country, large and small. Tap the circles to expand.
Now that you know a bit more about your businesses listing and how much search traffic is happening around you, are you ready to launch ASAPmaps?
👀 Watch this quick clip to find out why Google My Business matters. 👀
Here's how the internet is changing:
If your business is B2B, B2C, Non Profit, Industrial, Local or Nationwide: your customers are on Google, and Google wants you (the business) to use GMB.