Utilizing Google My Business to help your business grow.
Did you know the average person uses google to search for information 3 to 4 times every day, and often it is to look up phone numbers and store hours for your business? Have you ever googled your own business to see what pops up or what reviews customers have left you? Often business owners think that since they’ve never set anything up with Google or have hung up on them when they receive their automated calls, no information is out there regarding their business.
Likely, Google still has a business listing for you, but if you haven’t claimed your business, information like your location, hours, or phone number might be incorrect, costing you potential customers. As a tip, we suggest you google your business and see what pops up.
If you see the message
“Suggest an edit – Own this business?”
you will need to click on Own this business, and follow the steps to claim your business and edit the information, or add sales promotions etc. so it is accurate and useful to your current and potential customers.
General Manager Beau Rebel commented, “We are really proud to announce the fiber expansion to Rural Rozel & Rush Center and demonstrate our commitment to reinvesting back in the cooperative to ensure our customers are connected to fast, reliable Internet and other quality communication services. GBT feels it is as important as ever in our history to continue to follow our plans of expanding broadband access and connecting fiber to all our cooperative members’ homes and businesses.”
Once the Rozel and Rush Center Rural Fiber Projects are
completed, GBT will have fiber to over 90% of our cooperative members. The latest national statistics show only 25% of the United States has access to fiber Internet service. “Access to a robust Broadband connection means more members can work, learn, entertain, and have access to professionals from the comforts of their home,” stated Rebel.
“We are really proud to announce the fiber expansion to Rural Rozel & Rush Center and demonstrate our commitment to reinvesting back in the cooperative
to ensure our customers are connected to fast, reliable Internet and other quality communication services.”
OTHER PRESS RELEASES FROM GBT
RUSH CENTER, KS - JULY 2020: GBT held a Special Meeting of the Members July 13, 2020, at the Main Office in Rush Center. With the cancellation of the March 30 Annual Meeting due to the COVID-19...
RUSH CENTER, KS - FEBRUARY 2020: Last fall, GBT nominated 7 applications for the Foundation for Rural Service Grant Program. FRS recently awarded $100,000 via 26 grants to advance quality of life...
Fear of the unknown can sometimes be way worse than the problems and obstacles we as individuals face every day. Currently, our area and the world face many unknowns which can drive anxiety and stress. GBT has taken steps to ensure we eliminate some of these fears by being committed to providing your Communication Services.