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How do I add our location without creating a new page?

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I'm a manager of +Everfest. I get to the "Add Single Location" within the business admin (https://business.google.com/manage/), it sends me to a map where I search and find "Everfest". I select that and it creates a new Google+ profile...

 

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

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Re: How do I add our location without creating a new page?

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@Adam G

since your actual page (https://plus.google.com/+Everfest/about) is a brand page you can consider connecting it to Maps.

This article explains the "how to do"

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Helmut Geissler, Google My Business Top Contributor   |  my G+ profile

How do I add our location without creating a new page?

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This article explains nothing. It explains how to create a new page, not access and link a brand page.

Everywhere I turn for a solution for this, I get sent to that article.

And now, I don't even know how to access my existing page to make modifications.

How do I add our location without creating a new page?

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I found how to access my existing "Brand" page, and I added my physical address, but I did not get any notice for Google Maps. 

How do I add our location without creating a new page?

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Thanks, Helmut, but that doesn't actually tell me how to link an existing Brand Page - following any of those steps will eventually just create a new page. If I go to Google Maps and find Everfest, I can click to verify my business, and now it's going to send me a postcard, but it creates an entirely new Google+ account, which is silly because we already have one with the +Everfest URL.

How do I add our location without creating a new page?

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my answer to @Adam G is from 2nd of Februar 2016 - means it one year old.


During this past year flow many water down the Potomac river.

I will therefore block this thread for any new replies and ask all users jumping so late onto the outdates thread to 

please start your own thread providing there all information to understand and investigate your issue
This allows us to keep the forum organized and gives you the attention you need.
This ( https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-My-Business/ct-p/GMB ) is our top level Community--from there, you can click into the board title that is most applicable for your issue. Once you're in an individual board, you can click on the red/pink + sign in the lower right corner of the screen to start a new topic.

As said:

blocking now the outdated thread.

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Helmut Geissler, Google My Business Top Contributor   |  my G+ profile