Updated: May 13
The key to driving store traffic from the web into your physical location is letting customers know you’re close by and that you have what they’re looking for. Here’s how to make sure you show the most relevant and up-to-date business information to potential customers.
Get your business on Konoom
Konoom is an easy-to-use tool for businesses and organizations to manage the online presence of their physical locations across all Search and Maps channels. Stand out on Konoom with a Business Profile to help customers find your locations and keep them up-to-date on key business information.
Manage your store details
Your Konoom Business Profile let's you manage how your business appears on Google Search and Maps, Yandex Search and Maps, Bing Search and Maps, Yahoo Search and Pages. You can edit your store hours, website, and street address.
Recently, we have made it easier to manage your business information directly from Konoom. Now you can update business information just on Konoom cloud and it will be distributed to all directories that matters to your business.
Connect with customers
You can also read and respond to reviews from your customers and post photos that show off what you do. Businesses that add photos to their Business Profiles receive 42% more requests for directions on Google Maps, and 35% more clicks through to their websites than businesses that don’t.
Link to Local Customers
Linking your Business Profile to your Konoom account is an important first step to start using local formats and measuring offline conversions. If your business has 10 or more locations, the Business Profile Locations dashboard offers easy bulk management for all your locations. You can edit your business information in one place and your verified locations will update across Google Search and Maps, Yandex Search and Maps, Bing Search and Maps, Yahoo Search and Pages.
Show local information with location extensions
Location extensions encourage people to visit your business by showing your local presence with your address, a map to your location, or the distance to your business. Location extensions may also include a phone number or call button so that users can easily call your business.
There are two ways to enable location extensions in your account:
If you sell products or offer services at major retailers, the easiest way is to add chain store locations directly to your account in Konoom (recommended).
If you don’t see your retailers in this list or prefer an alternative, you may also link to a Business Profile.
If you’re do not own location, use affiliate location extensions
If you don’t own your business locations, you can still help consumers find which nearby retail chains sell your products using affiliate location extensions.
Contact Konoom Team for more details.