What does the Bing Business Verification Postcard Look Like?

A portion of local search engine optimization efforts goes to claiming and optimizing business listings for companies trying to attract local clientele. Bing Business Center requires postcard verification for many business. This usually entails the business owner asking Bing to send a postcard with verification code to the business physical address. Once the postcard arrives, the business owner can complete the verification process by going online and entering the code from the postcard.

So what’s the big deal? Well, we’ve done hundreds of these for local businesses and the big deal is that Bing sends out a postcard which looks like an advertisement. When our clients get the postcard, they through it away because they think it is an ad. So, we’d like to show what this card looks like to avoid this as much as possible.

Bing Verification Postcard (front)

Here’s what the postcard is going to look like on the outside. Please don’t throw it away!

Bing Verification Postcard

Bing Verification Postcard (inside)

Here’s the inside, note the verification code!

Bing Verification Postcard

2018-01-08T11:18:03+00:00 Search Marketing|

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My name is Rick and I've enjoyed building websites and doing digital marketing (as a profession) since 2002. My background is mostly in search, social and email marketing. I specialize in data driven marketing and marketing automation on small and large scale. Reach out anytime!

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