Another quick way to find a G+ page nowadays is to search for "sitelus.google.com" and then include the business name and business location or phone number in the search query. It's not a perfect technique, but it gets the job done.
I saw a post that stated that the Michaels's page finder no longer works. I was using MOZ to get the the Google + Local page, but as of yesterday that just takes me to map. So I don't know how to get to page either.
I was bit premature in my panic. I no sooner asked the question than I saw Phil Roazck's post above about using Plus.Google.com which solved my problem. then Linda kindly e-mailed me the information as well for which I am grateful.
Well actually what Phil suggested, searching from G+ is different than what I said. That will turn up the listings BUT it will also turn up all the straight G+ pages and brand pages so you have to click each to see what kind of page it is.
I've seen lots of companies that only have 2 G+ L listings. But you search G+ and find 12. You have to click and physically check each one to see which ones are the verified local pages.
So checking right from Google search with the parameters I mentioned, I think helps narrow things down a little better.
But on complicated cases I will often search both ways plus in Map Maker, because Google is hiding dupes like crazy lately.
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