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Google My Business Google My Business integrations

Use Nekton to connect Google My Business with thousands of other services, and automate your day-to-day tasks. Describe what you want to automate in plain language, and Nekton AI will create automation for you.

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Automate Google My Business integrations with Nekton

Create automations that integrate Google My Business with other services

Nekton AI can integrate Google My Business with many online apps and tools. Here are some popular integrations you can try to automate your Google My Business workflows:

Google My Business actions

Nekton can use any feature that is available in Google My Business API. Using our advanced AI, you can easily create custom automations for Google My Business. Here are some typical actions you can do in your automated workflows.
Create Reply
Creates a reply for a specified review or updates the reply if one already exists. This action is best used with the Google My Business New Review trigger.
API Request (Beta)
This is an advanced action which makes a raw HTTP request that includes this integration's authentication. This is useful if an application has an API endpoint that Nekton doesn't implement yet. You will be expected to read and utilize the API documentation provided by the application. Further, if the application changes their API, you will be expected to make the appropriate fixes and updates.
Create Post
Creates a post for a specified location.
App Extensions (Beta)
Performs an API call using an App Extension (Beta) entry, which you can select or create, later within this Flow's setup. App Extensions (Beta) can be reused across multiple flows and are managed centrally through the App Extensions (Beta) builder.
New Review
Triggers when a new review is submitted for a specified location.

About Google My Business

Google My Business launched as a way of giving business owners more control of what shows in the search results when someone searches a given business name.