Design Overhaul & New Features For Google Local Wizard
UPDATE: Google+ Local Wizard is now called Google My Business Audit
We’ve just released an update to bring some brand new features to our Google Local Wizard tool.
With this update you can now filter which info we show on your report, as well as easily view the Local Pack that shows up for your business keywords. This update also improves the visuals, with better PDF reports and mobile responsive reports – meaning you can check up on your Google My Business performance with any device!
Google Local Wizard design overhaul
This update is part of BrightLocal’s commitment to continually innovating our tools, improving them in both functionality & aesthetics.
We hope you’ll find these new designs make it easier than ever for you to monitor your Google My Business (GMB) profile data & benchmark your Google Local optimization.
The newly redesigned reports make competitor benchmarking, NAP data checking & Google My Business review monitoring a far simpler & enjoyable task!
Filter GMB data that you want to see
In your Google Local Wizard report, we highlight the most important local ranking signals including categories, citations, links, domain authority, review count, star rating, local phone & address usage.
With the new ‘Columns’ drop-down you can now select which of these features you want to view in your report, making it easier to focus on the most important metrics for your GMB profile.
View Local Pack for your search terms
With the all new ‘Local Pack’ button, you can quickly find out if the search terms you’ve chosen result in a Local Pack being shown.
If Google does return a local pack for your keywords, we’ll let you click straight out to the SERP to view the results.
More updates coming soon!
What up next? We’ve got more big updates on the horizon! COMING SOON…..
- Tracking of Linking Domains
- Tracking of Majestic AC Rank
- Tracking of active Top Citations
- Additional option to quickly print a report
- Tracking of Data Aggregators
- Check if a ‘Business Category’ matches one of Google predefined ones
- Duplicate Listing Look-up