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Can I change the Price Range icon?? It's currently $$ but my restaurant is $$$

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Hi everyone

 

I'm wondering how Google determines how many $ signs to indicate the price range. 

 

Can I change this? 

 

Our restaurant is is a $$$ but it shows $$ it's causing problems and has gotten me a couple bad reviews. 

 

Spice Affair Indian Restaurant

50 N La Cienega Blvd #120
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

310-400-6800

https://plus.google.com/+SpiceAffairBeverlyHills

 

Thank you!

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Re: Can I change the Price Range icon?? It's currently $$ but my restaurant is $$$

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Hi @Mark F

 

No that is algorithmic.

 

PS: Just checked your reviews and there are no bad reviews saying anything about the price range depicted in Google Maps

 

 

 



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Re: Can I change the Price Range icon?? It's currently $$ but my restaurant is $$$

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Hi Tim

Thank you for clarifying that for me I appreciate it.

Fortunately the reviews haven't been on G+/GMB but we have heard it from a few customers in person, and on yelp. I just wanted to see if there was an easy way to fix that. Thanks.

Since I have you here can I ask another question?

:)

We are in a particular neighborhood in Los Angeles: Beverly Hills

We rank for Keyword + Beverly Hills with our maps listing but we are in Timbuktu for the overall search of Keyword + Los Angeles. Like nowhere to be found - this is frustrating for us because we have really good food and cant get on this umbrella keyword.

Can you tell me how I may be able to rank better for the umbrella term Keyword + Los Angeles when we are in "Beverly Hills"?

Thanks much I appreciate it either way. 

Have a nice weekend