Integrate Google My Business with Pipedrive
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.
Pipedrive creates a visual sales pipeline that allows businesses to better manage each stage of their deals. Additionally, Pipedrive provides detailed analytics that show how many deals are won and lost, what stages they are lost at, and how individual agents are performing based on various metrics.
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Bring all your Google My Business data to Amazon Redshift
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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.
Pipedrive's End Points
Retrieve information - like deal ID, associated users, estimated timeline and expected revenue - about any deals that your company has engaged in. This will allow you to better gauge the profitability of individual deals or track deal trends throughout your sales history.
Add, track, or modify contacts that have begun their journey through your sales pipeline. You can see what deals are attached to a person, what organizations they belong to, and what activities are scheduled for that person. This information can help you decide the best course of action for moving that person along your sales pipeline and winning the deals you have with them.
Track products that your company is selling - by product name, price, or product code - or associate products with specific deals in your pipeline. This will give you a more detailed view of the revenue generated by specific products, allowing you to better prioritize them in your sales pipeline.
Fetch data about an activity that is scheduled in your pipeline. This could include things like the activity’s type, due date, and status, along with associated deals, contacts, and organizations. Then, use that data to track the progress and effectiveness of various activities that are being performed to help you win deals.
Get data about an organization that has deals in your pipeline, including the organization’s ID, associated persons, and related deals. This will allow you to track which organizations are delivering the most profitable deals and the best leads.