You can now reclaim your Google My Business (GMB) listing page which was verified by a third party. Google has recently launched an automated process which enables you to claim yourGMB page without contacting the previous manager. It came as a great relief to those who were trying to reclaim their listing but were unable to get into contact with the person who was managing it before.
Here’s the step by step process to reclaim your Google My Business listing:
- Navigate to Google My Business.
- Sign in to Google with the account you use to manage your business.
- Enter the name or address of your business, then select it from the search results.
You may see a dialog showing part of the email address that verified the listing. If you
manage this email address, sign in to that account to access your business listing.
- Fill out the form. The current listing owner may need to contact you for more info, so you
won’t be able to submit your request without sharing your contact details with them.Click Submit.
- Click Submit.
- The current listing owner will receive an email asking them to get in touch with you, and
you’ll receive a confirmation email. Check on the status of your request by clicking the
link in your confirmation email.Allow a full 7 days for the current listing owner to respond to your request. If you don’t
- Allow a full 7 days for the current listing owner to respond to your request. If you don’t
hear back after 7 days, you’ll be able to verify your affiliation with the business to gain
access to the listing.
If you have any trouble trying to reclaim your Google My Business listing, you can contact us.