Integrate Drift with Google My Business
Drift is the world’s first conversation-driven marketing platform. It’s bots work like virtual assistants for your website, connecting your business with leads by starting conversations and scheduling meetings in real-time. This automates and streamlines the sales process, allowing companies to connect with the most qualified leads right away.
About Google My Business
The Google My Business API allows you to manage your business locations on Google so that your customers can always find you, no matter what device they’re using.
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Drift's End Points
Convert leads and close deals with user-friendly, seamless communication experiences. Then, use this to grow your contact lists and create more targeted, effective marketing material.
Conversations & Messages
Use the conversation tools to avoid forms and follow-ups so that you can connect your business with the best leads in real-time. Then, integrate with other customer support, sales, and marketing tools to streamline your communication and improve long-term customer retention.
Google My Business's End Points
You can add admins to accounts or locations using just their Google account. That way, they can easily help manage your business.
In your Google accounts collection, you can list your account data, create an account, and update your accounts. This allows you to have full control over your business from one location.
Use the API to create and edit locations. Once they’re verified, these will help attract new customers and make your local business more visible over time.
Create metadata for an attribute. This contains display information for the attribute, including a localized name and a heading for grouping related attributes together.
A category allows you to describe what a business is. This will help you organize your Google My Business data over time.