Integrate Google My Business with HubSpot
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.
Hubspot’s services are centered around sales and marketing tools that help a company refocus their marketing efforts into inbound marketing. With Hubspot, a company can create content that attracts leads that are already interested in that company’s products and services. Then, users can take advantage of Hubspot’s marketing tools to collect contact information and customize visitors’ experiences so that they are more likely to make the conversion from interested leads into happy customers.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your Google My Business data to Amazon Redshift
Load your Google My Business data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your Google My Business data to Snowflake
Move your Google My Business data to MySQL
Bring all your HubSpot data to Amazon Redshift
Load your HubSpot data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your HubSpot data to Snowflake
Move your HubSpot data to MySQL
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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.
HubSpot's End Points
See information on your various email campaigns and judge their large-scale success based on the status of the emails in that campaign i.e.how many emails were sent, delivered, opened, etc.
Retrieve basic contact information like name, e-mail, unique ID, etc. This allows you to track those contacts in a number of other fields, which will help you score leads and gauge how effectively your customer interactions are translating into sales.
Group your contacts together automatically based on a set of criteria - such as their lifecycle stage - or add them to a list manually. Then, use those lists to design targeted customer interactions, such as email campaigns.
Track the status of various email subscriptions through a range of data, including who is subscribing, when emails are being sent and how the recipient is responding to the emails i.e.remaining subscribed, unsubscribing, reporting the email as spam, etc.
Observe the activity on an individual email event. You can track the recipients and campaigns that those events are linked to and then see how the recipients interacted with the event i.e. if they opened the email, printed it, marked it as spam, forwarded it, etc.
Create a company entity in Hubspot by providing details, such as name, ID, and relevant description. You can access that company record to maintain and retrieve related data (such as associated contacts) which can then be tracked, analyzed, and/or integrated with other data sources.
Track the progress of a deal in your pipeline, allowing you to see which contacts and companies are associated with the deal, what pipeline the deal belongs to, and its current stage in the pipeline.