How to Change a Google Plus Business Page URL (Updated)
We all know that Google plus hasn’t made it easy for business owners to have a shorter and friendlier url for their businesses’ pages. We still don’t know how to change a Google Plus business page url. I have read many sites regarding this problem and I still haven’t found a right solutions for the issue.
An employee at Google, Saurabh Sharma, said, “At first, we’re introducing custom URLs to a limited number of verified profiles and pages. But over time we plan to offer custom URLs to many more brands and individuals, so please stay tuned!” Hopefully, this soon comes as soon as possible because we have waited for a long time. However, I found a page where you can request a Google+ page verification.
Here are the requirements to verify you Google plus page:
- Your Google+ page must be authorized by your commercial entity, organization, brand, or product.
- Your Google+ page’s profile must contain a link to your organization’s website.
- Your organization’s website must connect to your Google+ page, by adding the Google+ badge or by adding a snippet of code.
- Your Google+ page must already have a meaningful number of followers.
If you want change Google plus page business url, you can click here to verify business. Let me know if it worked for you in the comments below!
Google+ Custom URLs for Business pages
Google has finally made it easier to change your google plus business page URL. When this article was first published, it was very long a tedious process in order to get your URL Google+ page changed. Now, after a few year, it has become easier. The process tends to be faster since the verification process takes less time.
Below, you can find the official steps to change your Google Plus Business Page URL:
Getting your custom URL through Google My Business
To get your custom URL:
- Sign in to Google My Businessand choose the page you’d like to manage. Place your cursor in the top left corner for the Google + main menu and then click Google+ Page.
- Click the Abouttab, and under “Get your custom URL”, click Get URL. If your page isn’t eligible, you won’t be able to see the message.
- You’ll see the custom URL you’ve been approved for, which you aren’t able to change. You may also need to add a few letters or numbers to make it unique to you.
- Click the box next to “I agree to the Terms of Service” then click Change URLin the bottom left corner.
- You may be asked to verify your account using your mobile phone number. To do this, you’ll need to:
- Enter your mobile phone number when prompted, then click Send codein the lower left corner.
- Check your phone for the code that was sent to you.
- Enter that code in the box on your screen, then click Verifyin the lower left corner.
- This URL will be linked to your Google+ page or profile, so be sure everything is exactly the way you want it. Once your URL has been approved, you cannot request to change it. When you’re certain, click Confirm choice.
To get a custom URL, your account needs to be in good standing and meet a few other requirements.
For local Google+ pages: Must be a verified local business
For all other Google+ Pages: Must be linked to a website
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