Chris Rudland SEO Ipswich

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2. Google Trends Article One

3. Social Media Linking Article Two

4. Website Structures Article Three

5. Google+ My Business Article Four

6. Making Google+ Business Page Default

7. Get Listed in your Local Search

8. Free SEO Website Report

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Article 7. Making Google+ Business Page default instead of your personal profile Part 2

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Step 9. Once you have created your new users and given them different identifiable icons, logout of Google Chrome and close it. Re open Google Chrome, login with your personal account and move your mouse to top left of Google Chrome interface. The current logged in user account is highlighted with a small green tick beside the user email address. In this case its the Smiley Face and that’s my personal Google account, to the top right of the screen you will also see your personal account name, again in this case its +Chris which identifies my personal account.

“Now you have the facility to use quick, switchable accounts without confusion”

Google+ personal profile Google+ My Business Page

“With a Google+ Page username you can add Business bookmarks on the bookmarks bar”

Step 10. Finally we come to the My Business Page, chosen by simply clicking the icon at the top left of the Google Chrome interface. In this case its Buster and he has a green tick against his email address at as he is the active account. You can also confirm the login by looking to the right of the screen which has changed from +Chris to +Chris Rudland SEO instead of my personal profile.

By far my favourite feature of creating a separate My Business Page username is the ability to add Business specific bookmarks to your bookmarks bar, thereby enabling essential, much used links for this profile to fit on the Bookmarks Bar. All my other not so important bookmarks are stored on my other personal profile, Synchronization also takes place for all bookmarks, history places and searches to the profile or page username you are currently using.

Google Chrome User Profiles

Step 11. In the final image I am displaying the shortcuts to the different Google Chrome User Profiles I have created. This is where you can easily make choices as to which Google account you wish to use. If you are prodomanantly using your Google+ My Business, then double click that Icon to fire Google Chrome up on a daily basis, that way you always ensure you are logged in to the correct account, thereby you are making this your default account.

If during a session of using Google Chrome as My Business, you want to login to your Personal Google account, use the different icons for the profiles displayed at the top left of the Google Chrome window (as displayed in 9. Above) and click the icon for your Personal account. This will always fire up a new session so you don’t get confused as to which account you are logged into. This will reduce confusion when posting as My Business and the account will not default back to your personal account unless you explicitly change the session. The icons below show 1. My Business 2. Personal 3. Another Company I manage Google My Business for.

Creating a new User in Chrome will allow you to create a shortcut automatically, but if you wish to do it manually afterwards, just point the shortcut to the desired Profile you have made.

Make a new shortcut on your desktop, right click go to Properties. Under the (TAB) Shortcut in the (Target Field) change the text so it reads like the one below, but pointing to your desired profile.  

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --profile-directory="Profile 2"

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Author: Chris Rudland

Date: 29 June 2014