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How to Fix a Suspended or Disabled Business Profile on Google
If your business profile or account on Google has been suspended or disabled due to violation of policies, it means that your business profile or account can no longer be accessed by anyone. However, there is a process to reactivate it. In this article, we will show you how to fix a suspended or disabled business profile on Google.
Steps to Fix a Suspended or Disabled Business Profile:
Click on the link to visit the Help Center page for suspended business profiles. This page will guide you on how to fix your suspended business profile.
Review Google's guidelines for representing your business and make sure that your business adheres to them. This will ensure that your business profile meets Google's requirements.
Ensure that your business name, phone number, service areas, and other information on your business profile is complete and accurate. To learn more, you can visit the Help Center article linked in the description of this video.
Once you have ensured that your business profile adheres to Google's guidelines, you can start the reactivation process. Answer all the questions and provide the necessary information, including relevant proof documentation such as a business license.
Finally, click on the 'submit' button. The Google team will review your reactivation request and respond to it as soon as possible. We recommend that you do not send any additional requests during this waiting period.
Apart from the steps mentioned above, you can also contact Google Support if you have any queries or concerns regarding the reactivation process.
Ensure that your business profile is regularly monitored and updated according to Google's guidelines to avoid any future suspensions or deactivations.
If you need further assistance, you can visit Google Support's Help Center at the link mentioned above.
By following these steps and tips, you can reactivate your suspended or disabled business profile on Google efficiently. Remember to adhere to Google's guidelines to avoid future suspensions or deactivations.