Local business URLs

Your business listing can include links to specific actions such as online orders or reservations. These links make it easier for customers to take action directly from Google Search or Maps.

In Google My Business, you can add your own URLs for specific actions, including:

  • Booking an appointment
  • Placing an order
  • Reserving a table
  • Searching for items
  • Viewing your menu or list of services

In some cases, links to certain third-party booking services will appear automatically on business listings. These links cannot be edited in Google My Business.

Add URLs to your listing

  1. Sign in to Google My Business.
  2. If you have multiple locations, open the location that you'd like to manage.
  3. Click into the  URLs section. Depending on your business category, you may see options to add additional URLs.
  4. Enter your URLs in the appropriate fields.
  5. Click Apply.

Why some links appear automatically

Links to certain booking and ordering services can appear automatically with your business listings in Google Search and Google Maps. These links are updated automatically via third-party providers. There's no way to add, edit or remove these links in Google My Business.

Google works with select third-party providers that provide booking and ordering services for local businesses. Links for third-party providers display as a result of a relationship your business previously established with them. These links lead to the website of the third-party provider. From the third-party website a User can take an action such as ‘place an order’ or ‘make an appointment or reservation’. 

If you want to remove or fix a link in your own listing, please contact the third-party provider’s support team or a technical contact to request they remove your data from the information they are sending Google.

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