Discussion in 'Local SEO' started by Lunaaa, Aug 4, 2016.
I saw some info about this but its all outdated
I don't think so because they send you a code to your address
It's interesting that you brought that up. Last year, I was looking into a company that sold virtual office spaces that came with virtual addresses. However, I noticed that the company itself had a virtual address and appeared in Google Maps. The only reason I knew the address didn't really exist was because it was 5 miles away from where I lived. It wasn't even an empty lot; the "address" was wedged between 2 building that were next to each other.
I'm assuming it worked at that time, although I'm unsure if it works now.
Yes so they would send then code to the virtual address and then the company scans the letter and send it to you via email
Yes, it will work if you take a real Virtual address. Google will send card and we will submit it.
But you will be always at risk because even if Google got 1 complaint about your existence they will ban you. So, its better to take help of a friend in that city and request him to accept card.
yes va will work for google listing.
Yes they do. I have a Virtual office in LA and the mail is forwarded to my home. I signed up with the VO and i got the google post card forwarded to my address.
How much did you pay for that
It was $60 per month but I canceled it after the card came.
I found one service. Its only $1 and $2 to scan the mail and send it via email
It works perfectly fine, have done that 2 times.
It did work and had some success.
1.Do not add multiple businesses. 2. Risky If the category is in service industry/niche
The catch here is, having strong citations!
Separate names with a comma.