Spacing out GMB photo uploads

If you are creating a new GMB location and you have twenty photos to upload for it, would you:

  • Upload them all at once

    Votes: 3 42.9%
  • Upload them one or two at a time over a number of days

    Votes: 3 42.9%
  • Something else

    Votes: 1 14.3%

  • Total voters
    7

Belen C

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Joined
Mar 20, 2019
Messages
58
Hi, i would upload all in once. I will space it, for example two per week. Maybe cause is a new listing, the first time i will upload 5. But after (considering that is 20 photos) i would upload 2. For Google is a way of showing you are "working on the listing and paying attention to it". I know that uploading 1 picture or 20 at the same time is the same.

I didn't actually make a test, but a person from Google recommended to do it like this. This is how i do it for the listings that i don't have a lot of pictures.
 

Tim#

Member
Joined
May 24, 2019
Messages
20
Hi Tim! I think it´s almost impossible to get any reliable data on how this effects anything. If you have 20 photos I would upload them within a couple of days (like post 4 every other day) to show Google you're active. I'd treat it kinda like publishing blog posts - if you publish them all at once you're not getting as much attention in the long run.
 

Wirenut

Member
Joined
Oct 26, 2019
Messages
91
In GMB, google automatically tag the photo with the location of the listing.
So if I take a picture in City A where I do service calls, Google will tag the image with City P where my business's address is listed?
 

RuggedSEO

Member
Joined
Nov 10, 2015
Messages
30
In GMB, google automatically tag the photo with the location of the listing.
This is exactly what I thought. Any photos that you take or create and upload to the GMB listing from anywhere you are in the world will be auto-tagged with the address / coordinates that are on that listing. I hope this is true since it saves me a ton of time.
 

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