Goal: Getting a G+ Local profile for lead gen site.
Challenge: No physical address; Google's guidelines.
Known issues: If Google notices multiple businesses at a single location (especially if it's many many businesses like a Regus address), they may either diminish the value, disqualify the business, or run info together between listings (ie. reviews meant for another business might show up on yours). I would assume this could be resolved by the virtual office giving each virtual tenant a suite number, but I have yet to meet anyone who's been successful with this, NOR found a VO that offers suite numbers.
You may ask...
Q. Why not just use your house?
A. I run lead gen sites, many of them. If I only had 1, it might work. But it's just not a possibility.
Basically, I want to see what methods some of you have used successfully in the last 2 to 3 months (so I can get up to date info).
Whenever I think of potential future Google penalties, I think "If I were them, what would I do"... And I thought... If I wanted to discount virtual offices, I would create a database of known virtual office addresses and Post Offices (for those using PO boxes as Suite numbers), then basically disqualify any addresses that try to use those addresses. So... I wonder if any of you have a cleaver way around that possibility?