GoogleplacesYesterday as I was working on some Google Places listing,  I noticed that it had a rejected status.  This is nothing new, as Google Places had been rejecting listings that didn’t meet the quality standards.  I also noticed that Google Places now offered an edit option.  Before, if it was rejected, the listing was blocked and there was no chance of fixing the possible violation to the guidelines.  Google Places also offers a quick link to their guidelines which provides the user a quick read to educate one’s self and edit their blocked listing.

I am in the process of studying and discovering what made Google reject my current listings.  I will update this blog when I find out.  I also noticed that Google changed their dashboard look to include an alert section.