I did a small test with postcards in the uk a couple of years ago. They included screen grabs alerting the business owner to their negative reviews. Had zero success. Would be interested if anyone else had success with this method.
Don't know. So if the listing is claimed (and I cannot access it) should I create a new account and use it to create a duplicate listing? If so, how do I then get rid of the old listing?
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Thanks for you quick response! The listing is
I don't think they are going to be able to find out who created the listing or with what email as they seemed to have no clue about it : (
I have a client who has a claimed Google+ Local listing but has no idea what the e-mail address or password was that was used to do it or when it was done. I don't think there is any hope of them finding out either. What would you say is the best way to tackle this?
I have a hairdressing client who has 3 salons in 3 different parts of Greater London - Putney, Earlsfield and Southfields. They have one website with a separate contact page for each of the 3 salons. All 3 salon phone numbers are in a graphic at the top of each page on the website...