Depends on the market of course! I suppose anywhere from $49 to $499 a month is fair depending on the market.
Although, doing much research about google maps algo, I am always leery of people who guarantee google maps ranking because they are typically the ones who will keyword stuff and otherwise ignore the TOS.
NW- That's a great answer. Keyword stuffing is one of the worst practices a maps marketing company can use, but it gets a lot of temporary results, hence the popularity.
We've actually taken on some clients that are paying over $1000/month in the large cities. That usually pays for itself in about 5 days though. So yes, it is dependent on the industry/market.
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