How to Create a Google My Business Local Listing Without a Physical Address

Do you have a business, but no physical address? If so, you’re not alone.

With so small businesses are operating out of their homes or from coffee shops around town, it makes ranking for local searches challenging without a physical business address. (After all, you don’t want to list your home address publicly!)

But that doesn’t mean you can’t be found on Google Maps or in the local snack pack! Read on for exactly how to create a Google My Business Local Listing without a physical address.

1. Start building your Business Profile

Start by going to Google My Business and clicking “Manage Now.”

Type in your business name and category.

2. Do you want to add a location?

Then choose “no” when asked if you want to add a location customers can visit.

You can then still select the service areas you serve.

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3. Contact details

Add your contact information and website.

4. Mailing address

Verify using your home or business operating address (this won’t show up publicly, Google just needs a place to send the verification letter).

5. Add your services

Based on the category or categories you entered, you’ll get a choice of options for

6. Verify

When your verification letter arrives, submit the code immediately by logging back in and adding the verification code.

7. Add more information

Then add any additional details like your logo, other images, and videos. Don’t forget a keyword rich description, additional categories, business hours, and more. Fill out every detail possible.

Then share your unique link with happy customers and ask for reviews!

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