How to manage requests to link your Business Profile

If someone wants to advertise your business or product on Google, they can request to link your Business Profile to their advertising accounts. They can link to your:

Important:

  • Google Ads may use data from your Business Profile, including but not limited to the street address, phone number, hours, and merchant photos and videos.
  • If you link to a Google Ads account, any Merchant Center accounts that are linked to the Google Ads account can view your locations.

When someone's advertising account is linked to your Business Profile, they can find and advertise your businesses. They can't edit your business information. An account can be linked to all locations or to a single business group.

Review link requests

  1. On your computer, sign in to Business Profile Manager.
  2. Click the Linked accounts tab.
  3. Under Requests, scroll to the request you'd like to review.
    • You’ll find the requester’s email address that you can use if you want to contact them directly.
  4. Click Approve or Decline.

Unlink an account

You can unlink an advertising account to stop your business from being advertised. Before you unlink an advertising account, consult with the person who updates the account.

  1. On your computer, sign in to Business Profile Manager.
  2. Click the Linked accounts tab.
  3. Under Linked accounts, scroll to the account you'd like to unlink.
  4. Click Unlink.
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Get help from Small Business Advisors

Want to receive one-on-one guidance and tailored recommendations on how to make the most out of your Business Profile? Try booking an appointment with Small Business Advisors.


Important: This service cannot troubleshoot issues, including Business Profile verification or suspension, or Google Ads billing.

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