Auto posting to multiple locations (using GMB post feature)


Hammer

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We work with over 100 mortgage originators, each one is a different location. We give them all weekly content to post... but you know that about 1 out of 10 actually follow through.

I'm looking for a way to post on all of them at once automatically - you know, like auto posting on Facebook.

I know this can be done through the API now, even for 10+ locations.

Does anyone have a solution or built something yet? Anyone that knows how to do it that wants to take on a paid project and build it for me?

- Hammer
 

JoyHawkins

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Hey Hammer,

I'll ask Ben Fisher to chime in here. His company specializes in Google Posts and they are going to be a new sponsor on the forum :)
 

BenFisher

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Me too please, first day using a new tool that doesn't seem to be terribly reliable.
Auto scheduling Posts tools are A. Not reliable, B. Will not catch (or report) on failed posts. C. I forget where I heard it but I recall someone getting accounts suspended because of an automated posting tool.

I feel posts are best done manually, that is the surefire way of providing value to clients.
 

hajnasiewicz

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Auto scheduling Posts tools are A. Not reliable, B. Will not catch (or report) on failed posts. C. I forget where I heard it but I recall someone getting accounts suspended because of an automated posting tool.

I feel posts are best done manually, that is the surefire way of providing value to clients.
Well thats some good info and I thank you for it. I had learned of this tool at the Local Marketing Summit a couple weeks back. It does report failed posts (thats the unreliable part) which I had several so I ended up having to post those manually which defeats the purpose of this tool. I wonder why Google would take issue with folks using automated tools where Google has not been able to provide efficiencies? Any insight to that? Thank you Ben.

PS: we have 150 +/- retail locations, I don't represent an agency, I'm enterprise SEO.
 

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