- Mar 17, 2013
Which element do you think they have slipped through on?
In reference to their "Title", Google can choose to display their home page title rather than the places page Title...
--------So, whilst their title looks "spammy", it's actually just Google displaying the home page title (possibly)
Ah year, i certainly didn't do the search and check on their listing.That was my first thought as well. However, it looks like that is indeed the title of the G+ Local page itself - Highland Contractors Rochester NYRoofing Contractor
Todd, it's just a matter of time before listings with spammy titles get nuked. Either by a Google employee or a Map Maker RER.
Nice Catch, Marie. I would explain in the details of the report that the title is indeed spammed on the actual page. That would probably do the trick.I have a question. When you go to their Google+ page and click on edit details(sends you to map maker) to Edit the name of the business it only lists the actual name of the business: Highland Contractors with out the city.
How would you flag the name as inappropriate? Just curious!
Yes, when you report a spam title, there is the option to "enter the correct name if you know it". I don't tend to do this now, and instead, simply report it as being manipulative. I used to give the correct name but it requires extra work on my part to find the official DBA name - - So now, I report as being manipulative.Nice Catch, Marie. I would explain in the details of the report that the title is indeed spammed on the actual page. That would probably do the trick.
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