If you are logging into Bullseye in order to manage your location listing, you can log in at through the Bullseye admin portal https://app.bullseyelocations.com or you can log into the custom subdomain that was provided to you by the Bullseye Administrator. The login page at the subdomain may have the Client logo and the URL will be in the format https://<subdomain>.bullseyelocations.com.
Logging into through either page brings you to the same place.
Standard Bullseye Login Screen (Above)
Branded Client Login Screen (Above)
Login to Manage Your Location Information
When you log into your Bullseye Location account, the first page you will see will be the dashboard. The dashboard page has a line graph showing searches where your location was returned over the last 30 days. You can change the dates on this line graph to see searches for other periods of time. If the account has lead management features turned on, you will also see a line graph showing leads over time as well as a bar graph showing leads by source. Finally, there is an announcement section which has important Bullseye system announcements. This may indicate an upcoming scheduled maintenance or may show new features from a recent release.
Updating Your Location Profile
To edit your location information select Manage Location. By default the page is loaded in view mode. The tabs across the top relate to your profile page. Access to edit for these pages is controlled by the account administrator. If you cannot edit your profile page, category selections or the SEO tab, contact the account administrator for more information. If you are able to edit, you can do so by selecting Edit in the upper right corner of the page.
In edit mode, most of the fields are self-explanatory. However, there are a few tips that your should keep in mind.
- Geocoding Most likely the fields for Latitude and Longitude will already be populated. If however, the fields are empty or are incorrect, there are a number of ways to correct the data.
- If you leave the fields blank and save the location, the Bullseye geocoder will attempt to geocode the location.
- If you know the Latitude and Longitude, you can enter it directly into the fields. Be sure to also specify if the geocode is at the street level or the postal code level. This helps us understand the accuracy of the geocodes.
- You can also use the map selector and drag and drop the pin to locate the location on the map. Notice that as you do this, the geocode fields are automatically adjusting.
You can also use any of these techniques to update bad data.
- Location Images There are two kinds of location images.
- The Location Preview Image. This image is displayed next to your result listing on page one of the search results. The interface must have this turned on for the image to display. For best results upload a square photo that is 100 pixels by 100 pixels.
- Landing Page Photos. These photos appear in a carousel on the location landing page. Keep in mind that the entire page is designed to be responsive, therefore it's difficult to standardize the size of the images as they will depend on the configuration options of the interface. We suggest that you first start by measuring the space allocated for the images in the interface. Then make the images match keeping the correct proportions. A little of trial and error will get you the best results. When it's done correctly, the gallery looks really slick.
- Additional Information These are custom fields managed by the account administrator. If your location profile is associated with multiple accounts, these fields will most likely be different across accounts.