There have been reports that some Google Plus Local listings look like a mess – due to the combination of the old features of Google Places and the slowly progressing changes for Google Plus Local functionality. If you have not made any updates from the conversion date last May up to now, better do so to iron out your official Google platform to work to your advantage. Note the relevant changes mentioned in this article s so not to miss any:
By: Matt McGee
Google has begun a staged upgrade of its Google Places Dashboard — the backend tool that allows local businesses to manage their business information that appears in Google’s search results. A new dashboard that looks much more like the current Google (and Google+) aesthetic, and also offers some new functionality, will be available “over the coming weeks.” http://searchengineland.com/google-upgrades-google-places-dashboard-154372
Basically,the changes so far involve the new dashboard design, enhanced integration with Google products and quick update system. Although it’s hard for many people to embrace new processes especially when they are too used to the old one, we just have to implement these updates to be able boost our online exposure further and push our business forward as a result.