Did you or an employee have a postcard sent from Google to claim your Google My Business profile?
Here’s what to look for when it arrives in the mail so it doesn’t get mistaken as junk mail and thrown away.
The front will have the info you entered when getting it sent, including if you entered an “ATTN:” name.
- Company Name
- Attn: Michael Jordan
- Street Address
- City State, Zip Code
Here’s the front of the postcard:
And then here’s the back of it:
And then when you open it, there will be the 5 digit code to enter into your Google My Business profile to claim and verify your listing.
The inside will look like this:
I hope that helps so you’ll know exactly what to look for after getting a Google My Business postcard sent to your company’s address.
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Now when you see it in the mail, you’ll know it’s not some kind of junk mail from Google and that it’s actually the card you’ve been waiting for to verify your local online listing.
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Got it. I had a card sent a few weeks ago but I think it accidentally got thrown away so I sent for a new post card.
What is the number used for? Please let me know.
The number is the code to verify your business address in Google My Business. That means you verify your business’ address in Google maps.