- Click Settings at the top of your Page
- From General, click Page Verification
- Click Verify this Page, then click Get Started
- Enter a publicly listed phone number for your business, your country and language
- Click Call Me Now to allow Facebook to call you with a verification code
- Enter the 4-digit verification code and click Continue
Facebook has implemented a Verified Page system very similar to the Google My Business Local Verified Page system. According to Facebook once you have been verified there is a natural boost in the search feature from Facebook users looking for your business once the profile has been phone verified.
How do I verify my Page?
Some Pages for local businesses may be eligible for a gray verification badge. If you're an admin and your Page is eligible, you'll see this option in your Page's Settings. To verify your Page, you can use your business' publicly listed phone number or a business document (ex: phone bill). We'll only use this information to verify your Page.
To verify your Page:
If you prefer to verify your Page with a business document, follow the steps above and click Verify this Page with documents instead at the bottom left of the window that appears, then upload a picture of an official document showing your business' name and address.
After we receive your verification code or business document, we'll review your info to confirm that it matches public records and send you a notification or email about your verification status within a few days. Keep in mind that you're not required to verify your Page.
Who/What: ReachLocal & Google will be presenting Digital Marketing for Small to Medium Size Businesses.
When/Where: October 22 2015 8:30AM-11:30AM .This free event will be at the Google Headquarters in Mountain View, CA.
How: space is limited register soon! go to http:/Reachlocal.com/googleplex-seminar
after you register email me your name number and business to firstname.lastname@example.org so i can confirm it.
They always say the first thing you do as a BOSS is change something, right away. Looks like Google is making a statement, a new logo. This is not the first time Google's logo has been updated, and after the recent Facebook logo change the silicon valley peer pressure is ON. I think the team at Google did a great job updating a logo that still represents the company and is not TOO drastic... Subtlety is always required when you have the "most visiting website in the world" if you make too many change people panic.
Here are two links that go in more details:
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