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5 Common Google My Business Problems & How to Resolve Them

Google My Business (GMB) used to be so simple.

GMB listings used to basically include a business name, address, phone number, and website URL.

That was about it.

Over the years Google has made GMB profiles so much more robust, which is very exciting.

Businesses can now create a Google My Business profile that really shows off what their business has to offer.

And it allows them to stand out above their competitors that neglect GMB as an effective local SEO and marketing strategy.

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But these features and enhancements have also made using Google My Business much more complex for users.


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So when problems with GMB profiles happen, the fixes can be more complex, nuanced and can often lead to confusion.

Google has laid out the guidelines for when, if, and how businesses can represent their businesses on Google My Business.

But even those guidelines can

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Accel Entertainment, Inc. Announces Proposed Public Offering of Class A-1 Common Stock

Accel Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: ACEL) (the “Company”) announced today that it has commenced an underwritten public offering of 12,000,000 shares of its Class A-1 Common Stock, consisting of 8,000,000 shares offered by the Company and 4,000,000 shares offered by certain selling stockholders of the Company. The Company intends to grant the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 320,237 shares of Class A-1 Common Stock and the selling stockholders intend to grant the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 1,479,763 shares of Class A-1 Common Stock. Accel will not receive any proceeds from the sale of Class A-1 Common Stock offered by the selling stockholders. The offering is subject to market and other conditions, and there can be no assurance as to whether or when the offering may be completed.

Accel intends to use the net proceeds it receives from the offering for

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Ashford Trust Sends Letter To Common Shareholders Explaining Why It Recommends Voting In Favor Of The Two Proposals At The October 6th Special Meeting

DALLAS, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. (NYSE: AHT) (“Ashford Trust” or the “Company”) today sent a letter to its common shareholders explaining why voting in favor of the two proposals at the Company’s upcoming Special Meeting is in the best interest of Ashford Trust and its common shareholders.  The Company also responded to the uninformed and misleading press release issued by Cygnus Capital. 

The text of the letter follows:

Dear Fellow Shareholders:

We are asking for your important vote in support of the two proposals at our upcoming Special Meeting scheduled for October 6, 2020.  The approval of those proposals is necessary to complete the Company’s proposed preferred stock exchange offers.  These strategic steps are crucial to the long-term viability of our business due to the severe impact of COVID-19 on the entire travel industry.  Without your support, there is substantial doubt as to

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5 common credit card myths you should not believe

Most credit cards offer monetary rewards on grocery purchases, online shopping, movie ticket booking, among other products and services.

Publish Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2020 09:04 PM IST

New Delhi | Jagran Business Desk: Over the last few years, credit card has emerged as one of the most popular payment tools among Indian consumers. As of 2019, India had more than 50 million credit card users, a number that keeps inching up steadily. A credit card not only saves you the trouble of carrying cash but also allows you to pay for purchases in convenient installments.

Besides, most of these cards offer monetary rewards on grocery purchases, online shopping, movie ticket booking, among other products and services. However, there are many misconceptions associated with the financial instrument that dissuades consumers from using them. Let us look at the five prevalent misconceptions about credit cards that need to be busted.


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Finding common ground is hard when even business groups disagree

The last of 10 weeks of confidential meetings is due on Friday with little information about developments until The Australian Financial Review ran an exclusive report this week.

Despite the willingness of the ACTU to work with a co-operative minister and a government that had previously shut it out, hopes of using this opportunity to deliver substantial improvement are diminishing.

At least everyone can agree that the overall system of enterprise bargaining is no longer working.

The Australian industrial relations system has never been for the faint-hearted – or for an efficient, modern economy in urgent need of a COVID-19 reboot.

The current dispute locking up Australia’s ports provides grim evidence of that with an emergency hearing in the Fair Work Commission scheduled on Saturday given the widespread economic damage being inflicted.

Nor does any other country have a similar complicated award structure underpinning wages and conditions for much of

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National Credit Partners Helps Lenders and Small Business Owners Find Common Ground

When the Bottom Line is Falling Apart, National Credit Partners Holds it Together

SANTA ANA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2020 / The world has changed for small business owners. And the world has changed for business lenders as well!! It started with the Great Recession in 2008 when overnight, the small business lending landscape changed significantly due to conventional banks tightening their lending and underwriting guidelines. This led to the expansion of alternative options like Merchant Cash Advance loans. This type of financing filled the void in the market and was very attractive to business owners due to online applications, same-day business funding, and the fact that little documentation was needed. The Fintech industry has continued to serve as a primary source of business funding and can be a valuable resource for many small business owners. Unfortunately, many business owners did not understand all the risks involved in

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Arco Platform Limited Announces Proposed Public Primary Offering of Class A Common Shares


Goldman Sachs: These 3 Stocks Are Poised to Surge by at Least 40%

Is the market’s recent run of record high levels another bubble? And is the recent retreat the beginning of a burst, or just a correction? Will investors take heart from the strong August jobs report? And what about the election – how will the nation’s unstable political scene impact the financial markets? These are just a few of the questions that investors must answer as September heats up.Two strategists from investment giant Goldman Sachs have weighed in on market prospects in recent days, and have published diverging opinions. For the bulls, Jan Hatzius sees the employment numbers as the key data point, saying that even if growth has slowed from its breakneck pace in the immediate aftermath of the economic reopenings, it should remain strong in the coming months.Equity strategist Christian Mueller-Glissman, however, sees the current

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Retail Properties of America, Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2020 Dividend on Common Stock and Provides Business Update

OAK BROOK, Ill., Sept. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Retail Properties of America, Inc. (NYSE: RPAI) (the “Company“) today announced that its board of directors has declared a third quarter dividend for its outstanding Class A common stock of $0.05 per common share. The Company’s board had previously suspended the dividend to preserve and enhance liquidity and capital positioning. The dividend of $0.05 per common share will be paid on October 9, 2020, to Class A common stockholders of record on September 25, 2020.

“I am pleased to report that our board has resumed dividend payments for 2020,” stated Steve Grimes, chief executive officer. “This reinstated dividend level takes into consideration dividends already paid year to date. The Board will continue to monitor our financial performance and declare additional dividend payments to at least cover our minimum taxable distribution requirements. This move further signals our

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