According to a tweet by SEO Scott Hendison Bing Places has a new (or at least new to us) feature that allows a business to sync their Bing Places listing with their Google My Business listing. Make changes to Google? Those changes will get imported to Bing via the API.
There is a limitation though, currently Bing Places can only do this if your Google My Business Account has 10 or fewer businesses listed in it. That means this feature probably isn’t useful for large companies with dozens or hundreds of locations and also probably isn’t going to work for SEO agencies that create, manage, and maintain their clients GMB listings. However, if you’re a small business with only a few locations you should be able to set this sync up to help make managing your local SEO a lot easier for your business.
Not only can you import, but you can sync your @Bing Places listing with your @GoogleMyBiz listing. That bad news? I cant do it for you, because I have access to more than 10 businesses in GMB. #LocalSEO pic.twitter.com/9k1IPoxyVQ
— Scott Hendison (@shendison) August 15, 2019