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SEO Web Design / SEO  / Businesses can now opt out of Google’s online food ordering

Businesses can now opt out of Google’s online food ordering

Earlier this year, Google started showing “order online” buttons on the knowledge panel for local restaurants in India and the USA.  This button takes you through Google’s food ordering platform which integrates with several popular food ordering & delivery platforms. 
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I have also seen additional calls-to-action in the search results highlighting this new feature and trying to draw attention to it.

There is now an opt-out form[2] for restaurants that do not want this new feature on their listing.  This form would remove the order button but would not remove other third-party features on the Knowledge Panel including the ads & order links.


Opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and not necessarily Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here[3].


About The Author

Joy is the owner of the Local Search Forum[4] and Sterling Sky[5] in Canada. She is also the author of The Expert’s Guide to Local SEO[6], which is an advanced training manual for people wanting a detailed look at what it takes to succeed in the Local SEO space. She has been working in the industry since 2006. She is a faculty member at LocalU and enjoys speaking regularly at marketing conferences such as SMX, LocalU, Pubcon and State of Search. You can find her on Twitter or volunteering as a Product Expert[7] on the Google My Business Forum.

References

  1. ^ this year (searchengineland.com)
  2. ^ opt-out form (support.google.com)
  3. ^ here (searchengineland.com)
  4. ^ Local Search Forum (www.localsearchforum.com)
  5. ^ Sterling Sky (www.sterlingsky.ca)
  6. ^ The Expert’s Guide to Local SEO (localu.org)
  7. ^ Product Expert (support.google.com)

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