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Protect your Business Listing at Google Places, Warned By Google


In these days Google Business help Forums have received many reports by Business owners about Google Place Listings that they are receiving mail forms Google with the Subject line: “Attention: 3 weeks left to save your Google Places Listing.”




The Format of the massage in the body was:

Hello,
We are going to do some changes in Google Maps, So we’d like to have your confirmation and review on the information in your Google Places account, Otherwise we are not able to keep and show it to Google users after 21/02/14.
If you want to keep your listing alive, Follow these 3 steps:
         1.Access to your Google Place account
         2.Read and Confirm your Details 
       3.Enter the “Submit” button
Sincerely,
The Google Places Team
The Google’s Business Community Manager Jade Wang , Has confirmed that this is the legal email which is send out by Google and it says that Google is going to make some different into Google Places for Business and Maps. These changes also involve for asking to Business owners to review and confirm the data in their Google Places accounts. The Business Community Manager Jade Wang also feel sorry for any problem.




Some business owners who did not receive this email and but they have Google Places listing, it does not mean you are not affected. The Email  should be trashed by default in the Spam box in your mail box, So you have to check manually to avoid your Places listing become discarded.
To manually check just  log into your account at Places for Business and check your Business information. After login into your just update it if required, then enter the “Submit”. This process goes for all your listings in your account before 21/2/2014, to clear that they are remain live at Google Maps.
If you avoid this then you have to add your Business information and the PIN verification using Google Places all over again.

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