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Adding Business Location Or Not?

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So I run a home based lawn care service business, and technically I do accept customers to my home based business.  But the majority of the time I'm out of the "office" servicing their properties.

 

So I could click either/or on the "do you service customers at your location" technically. :)

 

But I'm wondering which actually drives more results and gets a better position when being "googled"?

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Adding Business Location Or Not?

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@Chris W

I doubt you "serve" customers in person at your home.

Technically spoken I can imagine you accept customers to come to your home to make agreements or appointments.

But only in case your home shows a clear and visible signage of your bsuiness you should specify "I also serve customers at my business address"

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Thank you very much for the reply @Helmut Geissler that is totally true.  

 

But I am looking at what would drive up my google/google maps ranking, and alternately make customers more likely to "click" out of the two options.

Adding Business Location Or Not?

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neither Google nor me (I'm not a googler) will comment about ranking.

They only provided this HC article:

https://support.google.com/business/answer/7091?hl=en

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