- Nov 8, 2018
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I know this is beyond any Google guideline imagined, but just out of curiosity: how the hell did this listing owner manage to stuff in graphical icons in the listing's name?
I'll take a wild guess and say that this is not in terms of Google's guidelines. Do you think this raises the chances of getting the listing suspended?@liorenda, all one needs to do is paste in a character that renders OK, like an emoji.
A nice example:
Emoji Meaning A sign used to indicate roadwork or construction. Generally shown as yellow and black diagonal stripes, and often used to physically block access to a road or area. May be…emojipedia.org
"because there's no ranking motivation or benefit in it"No, I would not say characters and emojis increase one's chance of getting suspended, in general. Partly because there's no ranking motivation or benefit in it, and partly because most of Google's suspensions are doled out based on users' / competitors' Google Maps edits. Very few people would see a need to do a "suggest an edit" on a page just because of a character.