Google Maps New Bulk Upload Verification Process

Aug 17, 2009 - 8:11 am 0 by
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Google Maps Guide, Brianna, announced in a Google Maps Help thread that there is a brand new verification form for those who use the bulk upload process, to upload their business listings to Google Maps. Google has struggled with spam issues in the bulk upload process, so the verification process is hopefully going to solve much of those issues.

Brianna said, "we're excited to announce that verification for bulk uploads is now available to business owners who have already provided a bulk upload in the Local Business Center account."

The form can be accessed by clicking here but before you fill out the form, make sure you read these three points:

  1. You must have a bulk upload of at least 10 listings in your account to qualify.
  2. Bulk upload verification does not affect individually added listings
  3. You must be the business owner of the businesses provided in your bulk upload.

For more information or if you have questions, make sure to check out the thread.

Forum discussion at Google Maps Help.

 

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