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Google Knowledge Panels not only provide a professional looking "business card” for your brand, they also improve your SEO (Search Engine Optimization), since Google collects information from various sources and adds it to their Knowledge Graph. There are a ton of benefits to having a Google Knowledge Panel, here are a few. So how exactly do you get one?
1. Create a Google Brand Account.
The first step to having a knowledge panel is to have a Google brand account specifically for your brand. A brand account is different than a standard account, in that brand accounts can be linked (administrated/managed) by multiple user accounts. This is often done to share administrative rights between multiple individuals.
Here is a link to where you can view brand accounts under your currently signed-in Google account. If you’ve never set up a brand account, here are the steps for how you can do so.
2. Update Your Brand Account With Detailed Information in Google page.
Update your brand account with as MUCH information as you possibly can. When submitting application for a Google Knowledge Panel, Google looks at both the quantity and quality of the information provided on your Google Brand account.
This is where Google will confirm things like, do you have a website? Does your business have social media accounts? If you're a musician/band, do you have music on Spotify/iTunes? This process distinguishes brands who are and aren’t ready to have a Google Knowledge Panel. Be sure that all information in your brand account is set to public.
3. Optimize Your SEO Information
When you perform a Google search for your brands name, you should already be showing up in the top three to four results. This is actually pretty easy to achieve if your brand has social media profiles on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and (if you’re doing music) Soundcloud. Although identifying the exact ranking of your webpage in Google search results is near impossible, there are ways to come pretty close to finding out.
The important thing is that the information on each of these social/online platforms needs to be closely identical to each other.
4. Submit your Website to Google Search Console
Google now needs to connect the dots between your brand account and your brands' websites, to believe that you are who you say you are. If you don't yet have a website yet, here's a guide for how to build a simple static site on AWS S3. It does require some technical ability which, if that's not your cup of tea, you can find freelance web developers on websites like Duplex Technologies. I am also available for landing page web development, here is my portfolio for reference.
5. Get Verified
After a few days time, you will begin to see content about your brand appearing on the side of Google search results. Now if you look at the bottom of that panel, you’ll start to see the below option. Note that you have to be signed in to you Google account that manages the brand in order to see this option.
When you click that link, you'll be directed to the Google brand verification form. You’re almost there! The form will request screenshots of you logged into several of you brand accounts (make sure to show edit privileges in the screenshots) as well as a personal selfie with your ID card. All this information is required to prove that you are the owner of your business/brand.
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