Google Rolls Out Changes to Google My Business

Google moving to enforce stricter guidelines against stock photography.
By: Michigan SEO Group
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - April 28, 2020 - PRLog -- Google is moving to enforce stricter guidelines against using stock photography in Google My Business profiles.

According to the tech company, this move is to ensure that "all content that appears in the Business Profile is relevant, high quality, and appropriate."

Google has previously created guidelines against stock photography, but these were generally not enforced.

The changes could have a significant impact on many small businesses, which rely on stock photography.

Michigan SEO Group is an online marketing firm in SE Michigan. Founder Nick Suino says: "Many people in the industry saw these changes coming. Businesses should see this as an opportunity to step up their game! Consider hiring a professional photographer, or asking your audience for pictures of social media!"

Nick Suino also noted that many changes are coming to Google My Business in wake of COVID-19.

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