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Two google+ business accounts

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I have a Brand page and a Location page. How can I set this up so my Brand page is the main page that users see when they do a google search? I'd prefer my main public page be https://plus.google.com/+Ekkomediawebdesign but currently if I do a google search the results are https://plus.google.com/+EkkoMediaCorona. Is there a way to define my Brand page as what is shown in standard searches? I'd rather not have to manage posts/content/connections on both a location page and a brand page,

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Hello Aaron,

I have a few questions regarding your query.

 

You have a local page, but are you a local business? Meaning do you have clients visit you at your place of business? It appears you are since you do photo shoots. 

 

If so, what do you feel is the drawback of maintaining your Local page versus your brand page?

 

The local page contains better insights, is directly connected to maps and the knowledge graph, along with the ability for customers to leave reviews. 

 

I would suggest deleting the brand page, or hiding it from search. 

 

Regards,

 

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I wouldn't mind, it's just more time consuming to have to post the same content on each if I have updates. If they were merged somehow it would be much quicker/better to manage. How would I go about hiding the brand page from the search?

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@Aaron D

Goto the bottom of the settings page for the brand page and uncheck the options.

 

Hope this helps :)

 

Regards,

 

Ben Fisher Google+ | Twitter | Steady Demand 

 

 

 

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