Durandl

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Hi All

A new prospective client (electrician) contacted me to help him out with his local visibility in the beautiful city of London.
After a few conversations, he told me he had three GMB listings set up under different names in different areas to cover as much of the city as possible. He only has 1 legitimate business location. All three GMB listings have been suspended in the last few weeks (i guess that's why he got in touch with me). This looks like a hard suspension because I can't even find his listings in Google maps.

The question is, should i take him on as a client?
 

Colan Nielsen

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If he has a legit location then I don't see any reason not to take him on as a client. If it was me working with him my only stipulation would be that moving forward we're going to use Google's best practices and follow the guidelines.

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