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Interesting Google Places problem

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by lykathe, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. lykathe

    lykathe Regular Member

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    I have a client who has 13 locations, in 5 cities, but only one places listing. I go to audit their thing, obviously I tell them they should have one for each city, etc. They only have one office, in the city that already has a listing, so they can't recieve mail at the locations unless they have a vacancy (doesn't really happen). Anyone ever had this problem, or something similar, before?
     
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    They have phones?

    I don't understand how a physical location can't get mail.
     
  3. lykathe

    lykathe Regular Member

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    The only mailboxes in the buildings are for tenants, that's the problem!
     
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    Hit me up. No issue with google maps anywhere. Mail box, no mail box, it doesn't matter. I can set up locations anywhere. Take about 15-20 for each location. If all purchased together obviously 15-20 days total :)

    PM me if interested.
     
  5. Magicbeanz

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    I would advise against that. You're breaking Google ToS and putting your client's business at risk.