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Sat, Aug 31 8:06am
Excellent actionable information!
Here is what I found on Instagram. Looks like they are not looking to do a lot of Business verifications…I can tell you – on Facebook – you can write back and forth with the reviewer.
Verify Your Business on Instagram
Right now, only some public figures, celebrities and brands have verified badges. You can request a verification badge with the steps below. However, submitting a request does not guarantee that your account will be verified.
Go to your profile and tap
Tap Account, then tap Request Verification.
After you've filled out the form, tap Send we will review your request.
If your account does not have a verified badge, there are other ways to show people that you're authentic. To demonstrate authenticity on your professional account, you can:
Write description in your Instagram profile bio to tell potential customers more about your business.
Use Stories to provide a behind the scenes look at your business.
Encourage customers to tag your business so people can see posts from customers using your product or service.
Here is what Facebook says:
– A utility bill for your business
– Your local business license (issued by your city, county, state)
– A tax certificate for your business
– Certificate of Formation (for a partnership)
– Notarized authorized Articles of Incorporation
People are looking for authenticity & credibility these days. It is a very small action, but showing we have been “verified” adds one more layer of authenticity & credibility which builds trust. In healthcare – trust is HUGE.
Our business started in 1987 – 32 yrs ago – and 4 addresses – so it took me several months back and forth with FB Help Center but yesterday finally got the GRAY verification badge on our FB business page (www.facebook.com/northpointpeds) which FB says will boost our search ratings. Message: PERSEVERE!