Publish your business information online with Microsoft Listings

Overview of Microsoft Listings

With Microsoft Listings, you can grow your business online by making it easier for people to find you, learn about your business, read your reviews, and more. You can do this by publishing your business listing to Bing, Facebook, Google and Yelp. You can then monitor your online presence from the Microsoft Listings dashboard, and see how your business is doing on those sites. Microsoft Listings pulls your information from your business profile. This is the information you entered when you started using Office 365. You can also update your information from the Listings dashboard.

Graphic: icon for the Listings app

Who can access Microsoft Listings?

To get access to the Microsoft Listings, you need to have an Office 365 Business Premium subscription and license.

Listings on the Business center dashboard

The Listings widget on the Business center dashboard gives you data about how your business is doing on Facebook, Google, Bing and Yelp.

Screenshot: Microsoft Listings dashboard in the businees center

You must have global admin permissions in Office 365 to do this.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 Business center. Select Listings from the left navigation pane.

    Screenshot: Listings icon
  2. Click or tap Create or connect your page.

    Screenshot: Click or tap Get listed with Facebook to get started
  3. On the Is your business profile up to date? page, check and make sure your business info is up to date and choose Continue. If it's not, click Update and update your business profile.

    Important: This will update the address for all your Business Center apps.

  4. On the Let's create or connect a facebook page, click or tap Login with Facebook. Sign in with a business email address that you want to associate with Facebook.

    Screenshot: Enter email address and password associated with your Facebook business ccount
  5. On the Choose your business page pop-up, click Create a new business page.

  6. Start typing to choose your business category, and click Continue.

  7. Now upload your business profile photo and cover photo. For the profile photo, we start by pulling in whatever logo you have in your business profile, but you can change the images by clicking on the images and uploading a new one. Click Continue when you're ready.

  8. If everything looks good on the Ready to create your Facebook business page?, click Create page to add your business listing to Facebook.

You must have global admin permissions in Office 365 to do this.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 Business center. Select Listings from the left navigation pane.

    Screenshot: Listings icon
  2. Click or tap Create or connect your page.

  3. On the Is your business profile up to date? page, check and make sure your business info is up to date and choose Continue. If it's not, click Update and update your business profile.

    Important: This will update the address for all your Business Center apps.

  4. On the Let's create or connect a Google page, choose Sign in to Google. Sign in with a business email address that you want to associate with Google.

  5. On the Choose your business page pop-up, click Create a new business page.

  6. Start typing to choose your business category, and click Continue. Verify your business info click Continue. Now, verify your business listing on Google.

    Screenshot: Click Continue to verify your business listing with Google
  7. Agree to the Google Terms of Service and Continue to the Google My Business page.

  8. After you're done with this process, we'll send you a postcard to verify your address. The postcard should take less than 2 weeks to arrive. Once you get the postcard, return to the Listings page, and choose Verify your business, and follow the steps to verify your business with Google.

You must have global admin permissions in Office 365 to do this.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 Business center. Select Listings from the left navigation pane.

    Screenshot: Listings icon
  2. Click or tap Create or claim your page.

  3. On the Is your business profile up to date? page, check and make sure your business info is up to date and choose Continue. If it's not, click Update and update your business profile.

    Important: This will update the address for all your Business Center apps.

  4. On the Let's create or connect a Bing page, click or tap Connect to Bing.

  5. Start typing to choose your business category, and click Continue. On the Choose your business page, click Create a new business page.

  6. After you click Create a new business page, we'll send you a postcard to verify your address. The postcard should take less than 2 weeks to arrive. Once you get the postcard, return to the Listings page, and choose Verify your business, and follow the steps to verify your business with Listings.

You must have global admin permissions in Office 365 to do this.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 Business center. Select Listings from the left navigation pane.

    Screenshot: Listings icon
  2. Click or tap Create or claim your page.

  3. On the Is your business profile up to date?, check and make sure your business info is up to date and choose Continue. If it's not, click Update and update your business profile.

    Important: This will update the address for all your Business Center apps.

  4. On the Let's create or connect a Yelp page, choose Connect to Yelp.

  5. On the Claim your Yelp business page, choose Create new business page.

  6. On the Create your Yelp business page, enter your email address and name and click Continue.

  7. On the next page, start typing in your business category and choose one from the list, and click Continue.

  8. You can now click Create page to publish your Yelp business page.

  9. Once your business has been verified by Yelp, you're get an email from Yelp support with instructions on how to publish your page live to Yelp.

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