How to Solve Problems in Google Places Webinar

Has your Google Places listing disappeared?

When Google merged your Places data with Google + did they miscategorize your data?

Google Places ProblemsHaving Google pull the plug on your business listing can be devastating to many small businesses.

As an example we recently worked with a client who specializes in carpet cleaning who had the #2 listing in Google and for reasons unknown Google decided to remove his listing.

His call volume went from 4 calls a day to 0 and he was on the verge of bankruptcy.

How to Fix Google Places Problems Online Video

Storyboard How to Solve Problems in Google Places” – PDF

During this 65 minute online SEO Training video you will learn:

  • The reason(s) you maybe experiencing problems with Google Places and G+ and how to fix these problems
  • Google Maps vs. Google Places vs. Google +
  • How to Poke your business listing(s)
  • Where and how to get support when problems happen
  • Why Google Mapmaker is so important
  • How to fix merged listings problems
  • How to fix Google verification problems
  • How to fix moved location problem
  • How to fix the bad terms problem
  • And much more…

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