How to make the best business listing

Creating your listing for your business is really simple. To help you we have put together some tips and hints on how to make the best business listing. Tagline If you don’t have a tagline, think of something fun and try to include something related to dogs to make you feel more welcoming. Description Give […]

Creating your listing for your business is really simple. To help you we have put together some tips and hints on how to make the best business listing.

Tagline

If you don’t have a tagline, think of something fun and try to include something related to dogs to make you feel more welcoming.

Description

Give a brief outline of your business, but be sure to include what makes your business dog friendly. If you have any house rules make sure you include them here, so that customers aren’t expecting something different on arrival. for example if dogs are only allowed in the bar and not the restaurant or you only have 1 dog friendly room available in a hotel include these details.

To make sure that your listing s easier to find and on search engines they require the pages to be SEO ‘Search Engine Optimised’. To ensure you come up try to write at least 300 words. Remember you are selling yourself here, and there is plenty of competition so ensure you stand out!

Location

Please put the region your business is in, this helps to narrow the search down for visitors. The map function will use the address you include to pinpoint your business on the map, so visitors can narrow their search further.

Images

Please add the images in the order you would like them to be displayed. The first image will also appear on the card for your business during the search.

 

Please remember if anything should change, you are able to make updates to your listing. So if your opening times change or you add an extra dog friendly room let your customers know!

Finally if you are having difficulty adding your listing, please let us know and we will be happy to help you. woof@thedogswithme.co.uk

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