Business that handles multiple service areas[ Edited ]
April 2017 - last edited April 2017
I have a client running a Labour hire services business. They have area managers based in 3 different cities (adding more cities soon) and can provide labourers within an up to 150km radius from each location. Each area manager has their own phone number and email address, but there's only one website.
They providing services at the customer's location, not their won, and don't have a "store" (obviously). What's the best way to handle these locations in Google Maps and My Business? So that it shows the right phone number too?
Sorry if this information is already provided elsewhere.
P.S. ALSO ALSO: For some reason when I try to add Wagga Wagga, NSW as a location it just shows up as New South Wales and refuses to show the town name.
Business that handles multiple service areas
each of the "manager" should create his own service area business with hidden address
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