Can you get a recurring income from making Google Places for Small Businesses???

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Can you get a recurring income from making Google Places for Small Businesses??? And what would you charge per month for this if so?
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  • Profile picture of the author gmarklin
    If you have to continually do work to keep a company on the top of the list I would think so. I am not sure you need to do more work once the company information is all there
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    • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
      I would look into the offline section, a few in the offline section make money from google places. A big update hit this Summer to local listings. Not sure what happened but you can start there http://www.warriorforum.com/offline-...le-update.html and do some research. Than ask questions over in the off line section, Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author deekay
    I actually wanted to ask the same question. Some of my clients provide this service and it's been a while since I touch-based with them. I don't know if this strategy is still a click. I'm bookmarking this thread. I'm sure we'll hear some inputs from the experts in this regard.


    Originally Posted by Geek3000 View Post

    Can you get a recurring income from making Google Places for Small Businesses??? And what would you charge per month for this if so?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    Think beyond Google places.

    I own a web development agency (among other things) and although my only input there these days is usually to say the odd "Howdy!" on the phone, I can give you some advice in this area and tell you what we do.

    You're looking at a field where recurring income is your priority. Web design, for instance, is merely a means to an end. And that end is securing on-going work for a client. You can charge $10,000 for a web design, which may sound fine and dandy, but it's much better to be receiving $2,000 a month or more on recurring basis. A lot of the work can be automated and the rest can be outsourced to staff.

    So!

    Think...

    1. Google Places
    2. Media Buys
    3. Social Media Management
    4. Content Provision
    5. Hosting
    6. Website Administration
    7. Email Marketing
    8. And a dozen or so other things that I'm sure you know about.

    I hope this helps.

    GRM
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