Your BBB Business Profile is where potential customers learn about your company on bbb.org. They can see things like where your business is located, services you offer, or products you sell. Here are five easy ways BBB Accredited Businesses can help their Business Profile stand out against the rest in 2018. 1. Add or update your company logo. When browsing the BBB Business Directory, consumers are more inclined to click on your Business Profile if a company logo is added to your listing. If you don’t have a company logo, you can create one for free on websites like Vistaprint, Free Logo Design, or Canva. \u20282. Ask for new customer reviews. A sure-fire way to give your profile a fresh face is to ask recent customers to write a review for your business. This will not only boost consumer confidence, but it will also add weight to the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your BBB Business Profile.\u20283. Update your pictures and videos. Pictures can be anything from past jobs you have completed, you or your staff, or even just a shot of your office or building. Videos can also be shots of your work, or a a message from the owner or president. If you need help getting started with video content, check out these three free tools for creating videos on your smartphone. \u20284. Update your contact information, and add your service area. Be sure your contact information is on your Business Profile so potential customers can contact you including your phone number, physical address, and email address. If you haven’t done so already, add your service area so that they know how far your business is willing to travel for a client. \u20285. Links links links! Be sure to add links to things like your company website, social media profiles, or any other place on the web that your business might be listed. To help maximize the SEO for each of your business listings, be sure your company name and address match exactly on each one. \u2028How to make changes to your BBB Business Profile. Use the BBB Locator to find your local Better Business Bureau site, and login to the Accredited Business Portal with the email address and password assigned to you when you became Accredited. Need help logging in?For additional help, contact your local Better Business Bureau using the BBB locator.