Whenever you Google a business, on the left-hand side you see the regular search engine results, which are ranked via Google’s search engine algorithm. On the right hand side, there’s something called a “Knowledge Panel”. you have to register for my business on google after creating page for your business page.
This Knowledge Panel is what we’ll dig into throughout this post. We’ll find out what it consists of (business name, logo, location, social profiles and hours of operation), and talk about how that information got there. And, most importantly, you’ll be able to tell Google what information you want there.
Just Follow These Steps to get show your Business to show on Google Sidebar:
Sign in to Google+ (you’ll have to create a Google+ profile if you don’t already have one).
Click Pages under Home on the left.
Click the Create a page button in the upper right.
Select the Local Business or Place category.
Enter the name or address of your business and select your business if it appears in the drop-down menu.
If you don’t see your business listed in the menu, click No, these are not my businesses or I’ve correctly entered the business.
You’ll then be prompted to enter some details for your business. Make sure you enter an accurate, complete street address and a phone number which reaches your business directly.
After you complete your business information, click Submit.
You will have one or two verification options. You can also choose to skip verification and return to your page’s dashboard at https://plus.google.com/dashboard to complete the process later.
For Google+ business pages (non-local)
This is the old verification link:
Apparently, verifying your page is much more of an automated process now by Google.
It’s definitely a good idea to have your Google+ page linking to your website and vice-versa, maybe via a Google+ badge. Specially since it’s written (as you can see in the picture) it says “learn more about linking for Google+ pages“.