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1 business 2 locations same google+ account is this possible?

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I've just registered my business and have added 1 location, i want to add a 2nd location and don't want to run 2 google+ accounts to keep it all in one place

 

I don't seem to be able to add my business to the 2nd location without having to have another google+ account created

 

Please help me understand where I am going wrong, I have 2 phone numbers that are regional each one relates to the location as I find some people still think if you have a local number that they should call you first

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1 business 2 locations same google+ account is this possible?

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Hi, Amiga,

 

I'm Ray Sidney-Smith, one of the Google Small Business Advisors here in the Google Small Business community. Good to meet you.

 

 

You can most certainly manage multiple locations in one Google account, by visiting https://business.google.com/manage/ and logging into your account then going to the Locations tab (seen here in this screenshot: https://www.evernote.com/l/AAvK682Lbf1GFL3IQQA5uyljGhy7u3P1VbI). If you don't have that second location there yet, please visit https://business.google.com/create and claim your second location (it's like creating a second Google+ page). You should find it on the Maps page and then create or claim the listing for that location.

 

Let us know if you need any additional help!


Best,


Ray S. 

1 business 2 locations same google+ account is this possible?

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It is my understanding that you are only allowed a single G+ per address.

 

One possible solution would be to verify the other locations G+ and place content that will provide visitors direction to the active G+.

 

Then, of course, there is an option to manage the two as Amiga points out.