Justin Liles to Teach Google My Business: Get Your Business on the Map Workshop at Rocks Digital
Justin Liles is the Chief Product Officer for Advice Local, where he leads a team of more than 650 people. He has overseen the submission of more than 4 million business listings to directory sites through the company’s proprietary listings management technology.
Justin began his career in Internet marketing in May 2009, selling online visibility services and quickly mastering the processes of how businesses were placed on major search engines, and best practices, helping those businesses dominate their local search area.
Justin was originally a contractor at Advice, through his own company, working in the trenches to handle the setup and optimization of Google My Business local business listings. In November 2011, Justin’s company was acquired by Advice, allowing him the opportunity to move up through the ranks to his current C-level position.
With degrees from Temple University, University of San Francisco and Full Sail University, he is well versed in sound business practices and all facets of Internet marketing, which he continues his learning in by reading one chapter, everyday, from various industry books. When he is not “incognito” with search and local SEO, you can find him practicing martial arts, hanging at the closest beach or spending time with the people he loves.
Get Your Business Online: Google My Business Workshop Sponsored by Google
Would you like to rank higher in search? Would you like to shorten the time-consuming location verification process for your small businesses? Then you’ll want to check in with Justin Liles as he walks workshop attendees through the process of claiming and optimizing Google My Business listings.
He will discuss the Get Our Cities on the Map initiative, the importance of Google My Business and why it affects so much of what we do in the local search industry.
And we’re excited to announce, that as a Google Trusted Verifier, we will be able to help small business owners and their representatives create and verify their listings on the spot! Attendees wishing to have their business verified need to bring at least one of the following:
- Business registration certificate(s)
- Tax letter(s)
- Utility bill(s)
The paperwork needs to display the business name, address and category, if possible. Get on the map to get noticed in search!