As a business owner client contact, support and service are priority. Google Maps is the best way to reach your customer base. This can be challenging with Google’s requirements for verification always changing. Our Las Vegas and New York marketing teams have complied some suggestions on applying Google’s standards to verify your virtual office. If you can’t find an answer to your question, open a live discussion with one of our support members on our question board. Verifying your virtual office through Google Maps can be difficult, but using BSSI’s pointers will lead you to success. First, you want to make sure that your company website has the same availability as BSSI virtual offices. “If your business rents a temporary, “virtual” office at a different address from your primary business, do not create a page for that location unless it is staffed during your normal business hours.” BSSI is available Monday-Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm, with the exception of federal holidays, when listing your company’s availability on your website it to reflect BSSI’s business hours, if it varies it can result in a denial. “In order to qualify…a business must make in-person contact with customer during stated business hours” Secondly, “Make sure the address is accurate and precise”. Through BSSI’s virtual offices you are provided your Commercial Business Address for mail servicing. Your company website needs to list BSSI personally assigned address. Remember to include cardinal direction, suite and/or building number in this address.