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    Google Adds “Request a Quote” Button to Business Listings in Search Results

    Google is automatically adding a large “Request a Quote” button to eligible business listings in search results.

    Joy Hawkins was first to spot this feature and she shared a screenshot on Twitter:

    The button also appears in mobile search results when the business name is searched for.

    I, along with others, can replicate this feature which means it’s not just a test. However, it is limited to certain business listings.

    Specifically, businesses that have opted into the Google My Business messaging feature will have the “request a quote” button added to their listing

    You can turn on messaging for your business listing by following the steps below:

    • Open the Google My Business app.
    • Open the location you’d like to manage.
    • Tap Customers.
    • Tap Messages.
    • Tap Turn on.

    Messages received from customers can be viewed and responded to from the Google My Business app. Users will receive messages on their Google Maps app. […]

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