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I have two listings and I have reviews on both locations that I would like merged. What is the process for this?

 

1. Oak Bros Tree Removal & Stump Grinding

2. 401 N. School St. Normal, IL 61761

3. (309) 392-4127

4. https://www.google.com/maps?cid=2898943336009169943&authuser=9&_ga=2.166402046.1915612972.1526042700...https://www.google.com/maps/place/Oak+Bros+Tree+Removal+%26+Stump+Grinding/@40.5267533,-88.9999347,1...

5. bloomingtontreeservicecompany.com

 

 

 

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@Josh G

 

Do you own both listings? If yes, the process is fairly straight forward. 

 

1. Unverify the duplicate listing ( Google can't merge 2 verified listings ) 

2. Get the maps url for both the verified and the unverified listing

3. Reach out to Google and request a merge of the listings

 

To contact Google you can talk to an expert or tweet @GoogleMyBiz. Make sure the biz details are actually the same on both listings before unverifying so there's zero doubt that they're duplicates

 

Joy Hawkins also wrote a good article on this topic you can read 

 

https://www.sterlingsky.ca/the-proper-way-to-deal-with-duplicates-in-google-my-business/

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@Josh G

 

Do you own both listings? If yes, the process is fairly straight forward. 

 

1. Unverify the duplicate listing ( Google can't merge 2 verified listings ) 

2. Get the maps url for both the verified and the unverified listing

3. Reach out to Google and request a merge of the listings

 

To contact Google you can talk to an expert or tweet @GoogleMyBiz. Make sure the biz details are actually the same on both listings before unverifying so there's zero doubt that they're duplicates

 

Joy Hawkins also wrote a good article on this topic you can read 

 

https://www.sterlingsky.ca/the-proper-way-to-deal-with-duplicates-in-google-my-business/