Account moved to Google My Business Locations
We’re making some changes to the way you update your business information on Google. Your account has been moved from Google Places for Business to Google My Business Locations.
Choose one of the scenarios below to see how this change affects your business:I manage 10 or more business locations
If you manage more than ten locations, Google My Business Locations will look familiar to you. You can still add, edit, and verify your locations using the Google My Business Locations bulk upload tool.
We’re in the process of upgrading your account. Once it’s upgraded, you’ll be able to add and remove managers of locations, see your location on Maps, and more. Learn more
A small number of service-area businesses (plumbers, pizza delivery services, etc.) and other small business owners may notice a new interface for editing business information.
We’ve moved your business information to Google My Business Locations while we resolve ownership disputes on the location.
The status of the business may change soon. Visit http://www.google.com/local/add/businessCenter in a few weeks. Once your locations have been upgraded, clicking that link will redirect you to the new Google My Business dashboard.
In the meantime, you can see your business information on the Locations tool. During this period, you can still:
You won’t be able to: