Company Name With An Incorrect Space In Google?

Nov 13, 2017 - 8:37 am 1 by

Google Broken Space

I have a company name that people often spell with an incorrect space because it is two different words, that we put together as one. My company name is RustyBrick, one word, but capital R and B. People often break it up, or lowercase the B and it is one of my pet peeves.

That being said, Google gets it right, even if people get it wrong:

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John Lincoln asked Google's John Mueller how does one communicate to Google that a company name has an incorrect space in it. Like if Google showed my company name as two different words? John Mueller responded on Twitter that in most cases, the issue stems from the name being used with the incorrect space on the company's web site directly.

John Mueller said "usually these things stem from the website itself, or on others that write about the site." "If you've fixed that, it'll take time to settle back down," he added.

Here are the tweets:

Makes sense, have any of you ever tested this?

Of course, I personally find this topic interesting.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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