Mike Blumenthal reports that Google has added an easier way to report inaccurate data found within Google Maps. For any unverified business listing, Google will show a link that reads “report incorrect data” that takes you to a page to easily notify Google of the problem. For example, currently this business listing shows the link, when clicked, you are taken to this form.
Here is a screen capture of the business listing:
When you click the report link, it takes you to a form that reads:
Report incorrect data
Google Maps gathers information from a variety of sources, including websites and Yellow Pages directories. Occasionally, this information may be incorrect or outdated.
Please tell us the problem with this business listing:
* The name, phone number, or address is incorrect
* Business information (e.g. hours or payment accepted), reviews, or web references are incorrect
* My home phone number or address appears in this listing