Google Is All Up In My Business

Google's All Up In My Business
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A few weeks ago, I was doing a write-up about Google’s new local product, “Google My Business” (formerly Google Places), when I noticed some funky Google Now Card SERP integration.

When I either Google, “Google My Business” or “My Business,” check out what returns:

Google Now Card In SERP

I almost never Google “My Business” and in all honesty, my mobile device’s Google Now Cards are plenty. But it’s cool to see this level of personalized integration of email within Google’s search results.

I couldn’t replicate these results with any other query, but it would be helpful if  these Now Card snippets appeared for more relevant terms like “things going on this weekend”,”events happening next week” or “what does next week’s schedule look like”.

Either way, I’m interested to see if Google continues to build this out or if it’s just a hiccup in its SERPs.

Tweet about this on Twitter8Share on Facebook3Share on Google+3Share on LinkedIn9

Written By: 

A few weeks ago, I was doing a write-up about Google’s new local product, “Google My Business” (formerly Google Places), when I noticed some funky Google Now Card SERP integration.

When I either Google, “Google My Business” or “My Business,” check out what returns:

Google Now Card In SERP

I almost never Google “My Business” and in all honesty, my mobile device’s Google Now Cards are plenty. But it’s cool to see this level of personalized integration of email within Google’s search results.

I couldn’t replicate these results with any other query, but it would be helpful if  these Now Card snippets appeared for more relevant terms like “things going on this weekend”,”events happening next week” or “what does next week’s schedule look like”.

Either way, I’m interested to see if Google continues to build this out or if it’s just a hiccup in its SERPs.

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adamdince

is a Digital Marketer and Customer Experience Evangelist in the Twin Cities area

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2 Comments on “Google Is All Up In My Business

  1. Nathan Safran

    They really are “all up in your business!”

  2. Adam

    Yes sir! I didn’t realize I was that important to Google :)

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