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How to add another website to our google listing

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We just started another website and would like to know how to add it to our listing, only allows one website?

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July 2017

How to add another website to our google listing

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for a google-my-business/knowledge-panel

listing, this is the wrong forum -- try here:

https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-My-Business/ct-p/GMB

https://support.google.com/business#topic=4540086

 

this forum is for paid advertising listings.

 

for shopping-ad listings, a multi-client-account

may be requested, and used to add another

website, within the merchant-center-account.

 

generally, for shopping-ad listings, google prefers only one, single,

site, per merchant -- submitting multiple websites with any similar

content, is considered a policy violation, and grounds for disapproval

or a (permanent)  suspension from the program, at any time.

 

the default merchant-center-account reflects this preference and

policy -- so only one, single, website domain may be claimed and

used for shopping-ad listings.

otherwise, for shopping-ads, a multi-client-account may be requested;
then, the merchant-center will support multiple, claimed, websites --
https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188487
a separate campaign, per website, will also be required.

before requesting a multi-client-account for the merchant-center/shopping-ads,
be certain that the second website offers a unique and useful user-experience
with added-value, and no *similar* physical inventory, whatsoever -- to avoid
disapproval or suspension.

for non-shopping-ads, simply create a separate campaign per site.

 

as an aside, using multiple websites may dilute or harm a brand --

using only one website is usually best in that regard; for example,

amazon and walmart sell thousands of different and unique items,

using only one, single, website domain.

 

 

 

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
July 2017

How to add another website to our google listing

[ Edited ]
Top Contributor
# 2
Top Contributor

for a google-my-business/knowledge-panel

listing, this is the wrong forum -- try here:

https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-My-Business/ct-p/GMB

https://support.google.com/business#topic=4540086

 

this forum is for paid advertising listings.

 

for shopping-ad listings, a multi-client-account

may be requested, and used to add another

website, within the merchant-center-account.

 

generally, for shopping-ad listings, google prefers only one, single,

site, per merchant -- submitting multiple websites with any similar

content, is considered a policy violation, and grounds for disapproval

or a (permanent)  suspension from the program, at any time.

 

the default merchant-center-account reflects this preference and

policy -- so only one, single, website domain may be claimed and

used for shopping-ad listings.

otherwise, for shopping-ads, a multi-client-account may be requested;
then, the merchant-center will support multiple, claimed, websites --
https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188487
a separate campaign, per website, will also be required.

before requesting a multi-client-account for the merchant-center/shopping-ads,
be certain that the second website offers a unique and useful user-experience
with added-value, and no *similar* physical inventory, whatsoever -- to avoid
disapproval or suspension.

for non-shopping-ads, simply create a separate campaign per site.

 

as an aside, using multiple websites may dilute or harm a brand --

using only one website is usually best in that regard; for example,

amazon and walmart sell thousands of different and unique items,

using only one, single, website domain.

 

 

 

How to add another website to our google listing

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Hi @TCG S,

 

I completely agree with Celebird.

 

Question: are you using AdWords... or are you inquiring about your Google My Business and/or Google Knowledge Panel (large info box on right side of Google search results? 

 

Kind Regards,

 

James

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How to add another website to our google listing

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Google Knowledge Panel 

 Will just use the one site if I have to request an additional site