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Google Places And Rejected Listings

Many small businesses generate search traffic and conversions from Google Places listings -- so companies need to monitor accounts to make sure they don't receive a rejected listing, according to David Iwanow. Rejection happens when Google believes someone has inserted incorrect information. Iwanow explains how to police your information, and answers a handful of questions about how the Google team monitors and might flag your Places listing.

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