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I have a friend with two businesses at the same physical address.

http://alliancebjjmn.com/ and http://crossfitmn.com/

He used to use the same website for both businesses, but now they are separate. The issue that arose is when you search for Crossfit in the Minneapolis area, his jiu-jitsu school shows up the in search results, instead of the, as seen here (item B): http://g.co/maps/8g3au.

This seems to be an issue with how Google returns results for searches.

How can he make sure the CrossFit studio shows up when crossfit is searched, and the jiu-jitsu school shows up for jiu-jitsu?

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  1. Select the arrow next to the place in the listings on the right.

  2. Choose "Report a problem"

  3. Select "Listing contains incorrect information or spam."

  4. Select "Category" from the dropdown and enter relevant information about the miscategorization

The last time I reported a location error it took about a month but it was resolved.

  • I did this, so we'll see what happens. I'll wait a couple days and see if anyone else replies, then I'll mark your answer correct. – Jason More Jan 18 '12 at 14:29

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