Add photos to bulk locations

Your business locations on Google may include photos you’ve uploaded as well as photos uploaded by other Google users and third parties. The photos that you add will be marked as "From the owner." You can add photos to locations in bulk using a spreadsheet, or to individual locations in your Google My Business dashboard. 

Keep in mind

  • You can’t upload photos to unverified locations. Learn how to get verified
  • All photos must meet the Google My Business photo guidelines
  • If you’re using a spreadsheet, make sure your photos are uploaded to a publicly accessible URL, like your website or a photo hosting site. 
  • It may take several days for your photos to appear on Google Maps and Search.

Add photos individually

To add photos to a single location:  

  1. Sign in to Google My Business
  2. Select the location you’d like to add photos to.
  3. Scroll to the section for the type of photo you’d like to add, then click Add photos
  4. Drag photos into the window that appears, or click Select photos from your computer. Photos can be either .jpg or .png, and must be at least 250px tall and wide. 
  5. Click Select to upload the photo to your location. 

Add photos via spreadsheet

To add photos via spreadsheet:

  1. Sign in to Google My Business.
  2. Select the locations you'd like to add photos to.
  3. Click Actions and then Locations.
  4. Enter the URLs for your photos in the corresponding photo columns in your spreadsheet: "Logo", "Cover", or "Other Photos". To upload the same photos to multiple locations, enter the same URL in the columns for other locations in your spreadsheet. 
    • For the "Other Photos" column: If you have more than one additional photo, separate the URLs with a comma. If a URL contains a comma, replace the comma with the code "%2C". For example, if your URL were,2012.jpg then you should modify the URL to be Ensure that there are no invalid characters (< , >, etc.), duplicate URLs, or broken URLs. There is a maximum limit of 25 additional photos per location.
  5. Import your spreadsheet when you're done adding photos.
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