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Cars For Sale On Google Business Profiles & Local Search

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Cars For Sale On Google Business Profiles & Local Search

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Google is showing more and more cars for sales in the local search results. Saad AK spotted it the other day and shared a video of it in action and Riley Hope shared more details on how dealerships can get their cars in these spots. This reminds me of what we saw back in April of last year.

It is called Cars for Sale on Google Business Profiles (formerly Google My Business) and you need to fill out a form to be included. Google posted d details of this over here and wrote “Google is piloting a feature to surface cars for sale inventory on dealerships’ Business Profiles. Google users can then search, filter, and easily learn more about cars for sale, potentially directing customers to your dealership. The cars for sale inventory information is provided by car dealerships or their authorized partners. This program is currently being piloted with a handful of partners and we’re exploring ways we can work with a broader set of partners in the future to surface the most helpful and accurate information for Google users who are in the market for a vehicle. If you are a dealer or a partner who works with dealers and are interested in participating in this feature, fill out the interest form.”

Here is how the flow works from the local Google mobile search results:

Here is Saad AK’s video of how he sees it:

I asked some local automotive SEOs about this:

So if you do work with a dealership, you probably want to take advantage of it.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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Daily Search Forum Recap: September 30, 2022

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Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.


Google is testing “more like this” star feature, the things to know box on the right side and the product panels with shaded backgrounds. Google said sometimes a brand becomes so popular it will rank above the general meaning of the word in Google Search. Page speed issues won’t lead to your site being removed from Google. I also posted my weekly SEO video recap – with a cold and cough.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

Other Great Search Threads:

Search Engine Land Stories:

Other Great Search Stories:

Analytics

Industry & Business

Links & Content Marketing

Local & Maps

Mobile & Voice

SEO

PPC

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