If you want to set up a Bing Places for Business listing, you can have your work cut out for you, especially if you’ve hundreds of locations to upload that aren’t on Google My Business. Even if you’re just adding or claiming one Bing Places business listing, the process can get complex.
That’s why I’ve put together this step-by-step guide to setting up locations on Bing Places. Follow these steps and you’ll see your business’ pin on Bing Maps in no time.
Before you begin, though, I’d recommend setting up a Microsoft account. It’s not mandatory to work with Bing Places, but it makes the process a lot smoother.
Whether you’re just adding a single business to Bing Places or you’re managing a large chain which needs to build 100s of listings on Bing Places, you can just click below to head straight to the process that’s right for you.
- How to Add or Claim a Bing Places for Business Listing (SMBs: 1-10 Locations)
- How to Add Bing Places for Business Listings (Large Businesses: 10+ Locations)
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