2 Businesses 1 Location.... Is it possible?

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I am very familiar with Google Places.
I have set up several listings.
However, I have never come across something like this yet:

The husband owns a handyman service. The wife runs a hair salon.
They both run their businesses out of their house.
The wife is setup in the basement, and the husband has a pole barn for all of his equipment, tools, supplies, etc.

They both want a Google Places listing. Is this possible?
Can I just do 123 Main St, Anytown... US Suite A and Suite B?
This way the mail goes to their house, but Google sees it as two different suites?

Any suggestions?
#businesses #location
  • Profile picture of the author sconlinemarketing
    I have two businesses from my address on G-Places. I don't have an A or B, just the address. It was not a problem for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnhoefer
    This happens to real estate brokers all the time. Either just use the same address, or if it makes you feel more comfortable, use Suite A or 101 etc.

    Whatever you decide, make sure it is that way on all of their citations.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdBankPro
    I use Suite 101, Suite 102, etc. Be careful to put the address all on one line instead of using the second line and make sure their citations webwide match exactly.

    Phil Benham

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  • Profile picture of the author jigney
    We have experienced this as a problem. But at the same time we have few cases where our client could able to list two businesses at same location.
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  • Profile picture of the author mariajoe
    place the same address for both the business. because in real there is no suite A and B thing exists. and moreover, Google Places do allow same address for more than one business.
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