Google Places question: Google accounts
I wish to offer help with Google Places to a potential client. Their business doesn't have any form of Google account at the moment. Is there a way to open an account and then claim the Google places listing on behalf of the customer? If so, is it then normal practice to hand the account over to the client so that they have control?
Alternatively, do you normally request that the client opens the Google account before proceeding further? In this case, would you then ask them to add you as a user of their Google account?
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