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Hi there, 

 

I have been tasked with managing the below pages, but the organization that owns them does not have access to them nor do they know the email address associated with the account. Is there a way to find out what email address is tied to these pages:

 

https://plus.google.com/111847301631061194885/posts

https://plus.google.com/102230141149145700150/posts

https://plus.google.com/+HuntathomeOrg/posts


Thank you,

Jack

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Hi @Jack C

 

The 1st two are business pages, the 3rd is a brand page, so hopefully the person who created them used the same account.

 

The process you need to take to request ownership.

 

Go to >> http://www.google.com/business/

Then click >> Get onto Google ( Big Blue Top Right )

Enter the business name.>>

Select the Business

It will then say :

Someone else has already verified this listing

This listing has already been verified by another user. If you want to add this listing to your account, you can make a request that will be sent to the current verified user.

Request admin rights


Request the admin right >> you will need to write a message to the current "owner" of the local page

You need to go through this process. ( wait 7 days )

Now you can contact Google Business Support to regain ownership :
https://support.google.com/business/contactflow



Read More: 

http://onlineownership.com/claim-ownership-of-a-verified-google-business-page/

 

 




Tim Capper
Google My Business Top Contributor (UK) and SEO consultant at Online Ownership

 
 



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@Tim Capper,

 

**If I understand the business offering correctly, it seems to me that:

1st) Huntington At Nashua - Retirement Community (will be business page)
2nd) Hunt Community - Retirement Community (will be business page)
3rd) Hunt at Home - *would be a SAB since if this is in-home senior care*

 

We're you seeing something differently?

 

Best,

Meghan

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Hi @Meghan T

 

Yes 1, 2 are business pages.

3 is a brand page

 

However he has lost access, so i recommended requesting admin access / ownership for the business pages and with a bit of luck number 3 the brand page will be attached to one of the accounts.

 

If not attached, then they will have to use the normal account recovery for Brand page.

 

Did I miss something ( Its late here : ) 

 

 



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Hi @Tim Capper,

 

So I was thinking after getting ownership - In regards to page 3 - Hunt at Home, although it is a brand page now on G+ just looking at their website quick I believe that this is actually an in-home senior care business (in the real world) so you wouldn't want it to attach to one of the other accounts, you'd want it to attach to it's own GMB.

 

So I was saying that I would recommend:

1) Getting ownership of the G+ brand page for Hunt at Home

2) Creating a GMB listing as a SAB for Hunt at Home

3) Following these instructions for connecting G+ to GMB (which could involve contacting support since I'm not sure if this would work with the G+ brand page)

 

Maybe I'm missing something though, thoughts appreciated! Thanks!

Meghan

Re: Google+ Page Access

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Hi @Meghan T

 

Yes they could convert Brand to Business.

 

For me though in terms of work flow, I would start the process of regaining ownership of the 2 business pages 1st, as it is time consuming.

 

Then they could try and gain access to the Brand page, or alternatively just create a new business page for #3 and forget about the brand page.



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Agreed, thank you for the response!