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I have had to set up a new business page but now i have no followers, had to input everything again and get it verified again. Google used to pull review data from other sites and platforms like Yelp, Facebook, and Yahoo Local — a practice the search engine giant has since stopped. Some Google services have their own codes of conduct or terms of service. What do I need to do to get verified? Don't use Google services to create a false identity to trick people into taking action social engineering.

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Business listings with missing reviews look like this: Thousands of businesses have found this blog post after discovering that their Google reviews have disappeared. Has this issue affected your business?

Keep in mind that there have been cases of Google-listed businesses experiencing technical issues with their reviews on Google. Hopefully, this helps you determine the ways you might be able to get your Google reviews back. You can read the guidelines here. This is related to the above item: Being demoted to unverified status means that you will not be able to use Google My Business to manage or edit the business information that appears on the unverified page.

Google will contact you and provide a 2-week notice of the pending unverification via E-mail. If you missed the 2-week deadline and your page has been unverified, you need to contact support to restore verification. We strongly recommend that you get verified ASAP. Follow the step-by-step guide. If the page becomes unverified then the reviews will still show IF Google thinks that the business still exists.

If you think this is what has happened to you, we recommend you contact Google support. Another reason why some reviews might not be displayed on your page is that these reviews were originally posted on a third-party non-Google site.

Google used to pull review data from other sites and platforms like Yelp, Facebook, and Yahoo Local — a practice the search engine giant has since stopped. You can check for duplicate listings by visiting maps. If you have duplicate listings, you can get your reviews back on your original page by contacting support and requesting to have data — including reviews — from duplicates merged into one listing. Typically, if your business changes location but keeps the same business name, Google will move the reviews to the new location.

This change will be reflected on Google Maps. If this is the case, send a report to Google using the Report a Problem link and provide information on your new business location. Migs is the Content Manager for ReviewTrackers. He's a creative writer who has helped numerous companies communicate more effectively online, and he loves sharing his local marketing knowledge to help brands and business succeed. That is so unfair! Also, why would anyone mark their review as private?

The main reason of leaving a review is to be seen by others. Why to remove, delete or place it as private? I for one am happy because at least someone is trying to get rid of all the spam on the internet.

And, as far as I can see Google is the only one who actually gives a damn about the users. AnnieLouJ — So, what are you actually losing with this? No one ever said that you have to have them all.

Just focus on those that bring you most customers and manage those; let the other ones go. Google sometimes can be really difficult to understand and follow all their agreements. So, they can delete every review under suspicion of being spams. That is not fair. This way they can manipulate with reviews and push some businesses down the abyss.

Also, what is that policy of deleting posts containing links. Maybe a happy customer shared a link of a photo or video while they were shopping, visiting or using your service. Luckily there are plenty other review sites that are more friendly. My account is verified and promoted with pics and updates. Any advice would be fantastic. Thanks in advance x. Hey Rosie, could you send a link to your profile to their support? You can also ask your question on the Google My Business forum.

You just saved me much panic and distress. I was able to get my reviews to reappear thanks to your help! I am a plumber and my reviews are what make us stand out from everyone else.

Without them we noticed our call volume drop which got me digging into what could be causing it and sure enough, all our reviews had vanished. Thank you so very much for taking the time to write this article! Google or someone else is removing business reviews by the thousands!

ALL the Dominos reviews were removed! This Dominos had been in business well over six years, was not very popular. They currently have 10 reviews, 9 of them five star, a total joke! We are paid if our customers do a 5 star review for our dealership. The reviews are done and stay up for 4 days and then they are gone. This is costing me money. How do we get this fixed? Also the buisness gets to keep the 5 stars but the review is hid. What can I do to get this fixed?

Businesses either pay businesses to post fake reviews for them or they write their own pretending they are customers. I spoke with someone from Google today, they actually called me back after just 45mins of contacting them through the web enquiry. I had the issue where my first and only review was online for only a day or so and then disappeared from Googles search page.

My business was still listed but there were no reviews or option to leave one. I have a listing for my business linked to a map. I no longer want the advert to appear because reviews are not appropriate for my professional work mental health.

How do I get Google to remove the ad from my listing?? I contacted Google numerous of times, and every time they suggested I sign up for more services. Who in the hell has time to do this, when they own a business?

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Google Terms of Service. Sending harmful or unwanted code or software. Taking private information by stealing it or tricking people into sharing it. Harming or interfering with Google networks, servers, or other systems. Account hacking or hijacking Don't sign in to or use another person's account unless you have their explicit permission.

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Want to enjoy the best of Google? Just stay signed in. One username and password is all you need to unlock more features from services you use every day. Oct 09,  · Google shouldn't drop accounts like that. There are all manner of reason someone might not have internet access for a period of time. Not everyone has a secretary that can validate accounts on a seasonal rotation. Don't create or use multiple accounts to break Google's policies. Don't use programs (called bots) to create fake accounts. Many people have more than one Google Account, like a personal account and a work account. Uses like that are fine.