|How do I connect a non-local Google+ page to Google Maps?||Jade W||6/3/14 10:05 AM|
If you created a page in Google+ of a type other than Local business or place, and you’ve been hoping to connect that page to Google Maps and get reviews, read on. You may now be able to connect that page to Google Maps. The page will also retain followers, posts, and managers.
For help figuring out if a page is eligible, please take a look at our Help Center.
If you created a local business or place page and want to connect it to Maps, just verify that page.
Before proceeding, please note:
The page should represent a single customer-facing business location.
In order to connect a page to Google Maps, it must represent a local business (i.e. have an address) and meet our quality guidelines. You can only connect a plus page to a single location on maps, so a page representing a brand can't be connected to multiple locations at this time.
To learn how to connect a non-local Google+ page in your account to Google Maps, please visit our help center for detailed instructions.
If you run into any issues, feel free to contact our support team by clicking on Contact Us in the top right.