@nwinezog Google started to test online delivery late 2018. Grubhub is not (yet?) supported but if the restaurant partners with Postmates, Doordash and/or a few others, this CTA will automatically appears.
To be removed, you need to close your Postmates/Doordash account. My understanding is...
To answer the original question, @nmosier85 you can track those clicks in Google Ads as part of the location extension. You can go to the Locations tab (left sidebar) and then Per Store Report (top bar) to see the metrics per location. Google Ads and GMB are so disconnected that I'm sure GMB...
I wished there was a way. I use Apple Maps on Mac and search for the business name and hover a bit everywhere to see if there is anything weird. Apple Maps is probably the hardest publisher to work with.
To my knowledge that's only for enterprise but since you can't claim 10+ locations under one account, a lot of businesses are forced to pay the monthly fee if they want to manage their profiles in an efficient way.
They do have a relationship but they also require you to have a relationship with Yelp. For the platforms listed on those two pages below, we were asked to have a paid relationship with Yelp otherwise Yelp would not allow them to use the API to manage our locations...
I would recommend going through Yelp and pay the monthly fee per profile. Depending on the business category, and if the locations are part of the same business, you could go as low as $10/month/location. If you want Enhanced Profiles (remove ads from competitors) it can be higher.
I also share similar concerns as mentioned in previous posts but working with different Google teams and Google products, the level of support when the product is paid vs. free is incredible.
I have not seen the survey: Were there questions about large businesses? Was blocking user edits...
You can find the list of supported services here: Overview | Maps Booking API | Google Developers
General admission day tours
Consults and evaluations
Signups and trials