You can publish your offers, events, products, and services directly to Google Search and Maps through posts on Business Profile Manager.
Tips for your post
Important: Posts that include a phone number in the post description may be rejected.
- Make sure it’s high quality: Avoid misspellings, gimmicky characters, gibberish, and automated or distracting content.
- Keep your posts respectful: Refrain from obscene, profane, or offensive language, images, or videos.
- Only post links to websites you trust: Links that lead to malware, viruses, phishing, or pornographic material aren’t allowed.
- Regulated goods and services: If you offer products or services in an industry that is regulated, you’re allowed to use posts but you can’t post content related to the products themselves. Regulated industries usually include adult services, alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceutical products, recreational drugs, health & medical devices, gambling-related services, fireworks, weapons, and financial services.
- Keep your posts family-friendly: Refrain from posting sexually suggestive or explicit content.
- Make sure you're logged in with the account you use to manage your Business Profile.
- To find your Business Profile, search on Google for your exact business name. You can also search for
- If needed, to update your profile, select View profile.
- Click Promote and choose the type of post you want to create.
- Tip: On your desktop, on Google Search, select Add update.
- In the dialog box, write your post.
- Choose to publish or preview your post.
- To publish your post: In the top right, click Publish.
- To get a preview of your changes: Click Preview. If want to change your post, in the top left, click Back . Edit your draft until it’s ready to publish.
Check post status
After you publish your post, we may review it to ensure it meets our posts content policy.
- Live: The post shows up on Google Search and Maps for customers to find.
- Pending: The post doesn't show up on Google Search or Maps. It's either in the upload stage, the processing stage, or your profile is unverified.
- Not approved: The post doesn't show up on Google Search or Maps for customers to find. The question mark next to the status displays which content policy the post violates.