Like many others we “lost” a number of Google “Places” pages when Google changed the structure of Google Places, Google + and Google My Business. We had a dashboard full of “A Google+ Page” and “Default Name” after Google had done the clean out.
So how are we meant to tell which page is which in order to reclaim and rebuild it?
This was a problem, that we spent a long time searching for a solution to.
Now we have found the answer.
So I asked this question at a recent meeting of SEO professionals and newbies, and no one could give me an answer, and I am still struggling to find Google reasoning behind doing this thing.
So what was the question I asked?
Simple really.. I asked the gathered SEO people to search for “SEO Brisbane” on their mobile devices… right there and then in the meeting, and the question I asked was..
“Do you see Google + results in the search results?”
“If you do… are they your own results?”
|Contact My SEO Guy today|
Free SEO consultation
on your site -