Top 4 Things to Do to Set up Your Native Business Page

Once you’ve registered your free Business Profile, what should you fill out first to be discovered by consumers on Native?

Congratulations on claiming your Native Business Page! Now that you’ve registered your business, here are three free things you can do right now to make your page stand out.

1: Complete the Business Profile Business Details

That’s right, make sure the correct channels to contact you and the business is accurate. not only for your potential customer to reach out to you, but also for this website to work for you. Be sure to add correct phone, website’s, address, PayPal, crypto payment address and configure your site preferences.

2: Photos

Photos are one of the most important parts of your Native Page. They’re your digital window display and ideal for a Social conversation. They help your potential customers visualize what you do—and more importantly, what you could do for them. Add photos that feature your products, services, staff, and any certifications you may have on your Profile page. If you have a brick-and-mortar location, show what your physical space looks like, both inside and out. For service businesses, before-and-after photos are really important. For restaurants, show off those beautiful food and drink photos, and definitely add pictures of your menu. When choosing pictures, remember to select high quality photos with good lighting, and don’t forget the captions. Even if what your writing seems obvious, use descriptive words and phrases. For example, rather than a caption that says “vanilla ice cream,” try something like: “Refreshing, soft serve vanilla ice cream in a waffle cone. We serve seasonal flavors with all your favorite fruit and candy toppings.” Your photos show future customers what you have to offer. Next up, it’s time to tell them what you have to offer.

3: Be the Mouth Piece of the Business

Make a great first impression with someone who just discovered your business. This section of your page has three goals, showcase your specialties, talk about your experiences, and meet you -the owner or manager. This is where you be the mouth piece your unique services. This is the place to make that distinction. History is where you share the background and story behind your business. Meet the owner or manager is all about you. Write about your personal backstory and why you’re passionate about your business. As you’re adding business details, remember, this is your chance to wow prospective customers, giving them free pointers or knowledge from your expertise. When people are searching on Native, they’re usually looking for a specific product, service, or experience, but they don’t know which business to pick. They found your page because you offer what they’re looking for and now’s your chance to inspire them to choose you.

4: Download the Black for Business

It’s available for both iPhone and Android. It’s just for people who own or help run a business. The for Business is the easiest and fastest way to manage and update content as you grow your business. You can use it to see how your page is performing. There are insights on how many times your page was viewed and beyond. You also have access to our support team. You can respond to reviews on the app, which is important for managing customer relationships. It shows that you really appreciate feedback and take it seriously. The app is also great for responding to messages or requests from prospective customers. A quick response time makes for good customer experience. Plus your average response time is displayed on your page, so if you’re quick and responsive other consumers will see that. Are you ready to get started? Log in to your business account and take a few minutes to show off all the best things about you and your business.

If you’re hungry for more tips and tricks, head over to our business blog or register for an upcoming webinar. See you next time.