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    Any idea on the percentage of businesses with claimed GMB pages?

    I've been searching around the web trying to find good statistics on the usage of Google My Business. Tough to find. Does anybody have an idea regarding the percentage of businesses that have a claimed GMB page? Or any other stat that would be useful?


    Lloyd Silver
    Cairn Marketing

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    Re: Any idea on the percentage of businesses with claimed GMB pages?

    Hi Lloyd,

    I saw some recent stats on G+ but could not remember where I saw them so it took some digging but I just found for you. But this is from a UK company and it's just a small sample from London.

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