Here’s how to schedule Google posts (Update, Event, and Offer posts) with OneUp.
OneUp’s website: www.oneupapp.io
Does OneUp support scheduling Update, Event, and Offer posts on Google?
Yes, OneUp supports scheduling Update, Event, and Offer posts on Google My Business.
Can I set Google posts to automatically repeat with OneUp?
Yes, you can set Google posts to automatically repeat at whatever interval you want with OneUp.
Does OneUp support all CTA button types?
Yes, OneUp supports all Google post CTA button types (Learn More, Call, Book, Sign Up, Order Online, and Buy).
If I manage multiple GMB locations, does OneUp support inserting dynamic info (such as the unique address of each location) into the specific post for each GMB location?
Yes! If you have multiple GMB locations, OneUp allows you to insert dynamic info (such as the unique address of each location) into the specific post for each GMB location.
Can I schedule images to the Photos section of Google My Business locations with OneUp?
Yes, OneUp allows you to schedule both Google posts AND images that get added to the Photos section of Google.
Does OneUp support replying directly to Google reviews?
Yes, OneUp supports replying directly to Google reviews (including AI-suggested replies to reviews)
Can I schedule Google posts to chains?
Yes, with OneUp you can schedule Google posts to ANY business type, including chains, regardless of how many locations your business has.
👇 Screenshots of all these features are shown below 👇
Can you schedule GMB posts directly from Google?
Google My Business (aka GMB, Google Business Profiles, or GBP) posts are great and can help your SEO.
However, you’ve probably noticed that there is no way to schedule Google posts directly from your Google business listing:
So to schedule Google My Business posts, you NEED to use a scheduling tool that integrates with GMB, like OneUp.
How to schedule Google posts (What’s New, Event, and Offer posts)
First, connect your Google My Business location(s) on the Accounts page:
Then click “Create a post”.
Then select which GMB locations you would like to post to (if you have more than one connected). You can post to multiple different Google My Business locations at the same time:
Then create your Google post, and add your image:
You can even click the “Auto-generate caption” button to have your post’s caption automatically written for you.
NOTE: OneUp also has a Custom Fields feature, where you can insert dynamic info (such as the unique address of each location) into the specific post for each GMB location.
Then choose whether you would like to also “Add the image to the Photos section of Google My Business”, and choose whether you want the post to be a What’s New (aka Update) post, an Event post, or an Offer post:
You can also choose “None” if you ONLY want the image to be scheduled to the Photos section of your Google My Business locations – and not publish as a Google post.
You can check out the post preview in OneUp to see how your post will look once published on GMB:
OneUp supports all Google My Business CTA button types (Learn More, Call, Book, Sign Up, Order Online, and Buy).
In addition to just scheduling posts, OneUp allows you to set GMB posts to automatically repeat at whatever interval you choose. For example, this post will repeat every week:
Then either post it now, or schedule your GMB post for a date in the future, or save your GMB post as a draft.
Team members and Post approvals
OneUp also supports adding unlimited team members, assigning them specific accounts, and granting users the ability to publish posts themselves, OR you can require that specific team member posts need to be approved by an Admin.
Replying to Google My Business reviews
In addition to scheduling Google My Business posts, OneUp also supports replying to Google My Business reviews:
You can even click the “Suggest a reply” button and get an AI-suggested reply (which you can edit to your liking before submitting). And the suggested replies work with reviews in ANY language: