Business Accounts for Google M y Business Locations
Business accounts ease up to share management of your locations with multiple users. Business accounts serve as shared folder for your locations--a simple way to share access to a set of locations with coworkers.
It’s good to limit the number of business accounts to one account per business/brand. However, it’s not possible to import a single spreadsheet across multiple business accounts or download location information from across business accounts together into one spreadsheet.
It may make sense to create multiple business accounts if your organization operates multiple brands or divisions that require different sets of users who have access.
If you’re new to Google My Business Locations, we recommend that you create a new business account. Refer creating a business account and using that account to add, verify, and manage your locations. That way, you won’t have to create the account later if you decide you’d like to share account access with other Google users.
Note: If you have only one business location that you manage, you are good enough to manage it via Google My Business.