Verifying a Google My Business profile can be a complicated process, but it doesn't have to be. During the registration process, you can choose to receive a numerical code in an email. To get instant verification, you'll need to use the same email address that appears on Google's business profile. Otherwise, additional verification methods may be required along with the code sent by email.
You might be able to verify your Google business profile over the phone with a code sent directly to your mobile phone (or through a phone call with a Google support representative). Enter the code when Google asks you to. If you change your phone number, first line of address, company name, or zip code, you'll have to re-verify your ad with Google. This used to be a very common option, and Google used this verification method if you couldn't easily prove your company's address.
Enter your business address after you sign in and complete the Google My Business setup.The most common way to verify Google my Business is with a postcard, since the other options are only available to certain companies. Be at the physical location of your company, in the company and watch a video of you opening the door to prove that you are the owner of the company. If you haven't yet set up your Google Business listing, keep in mind that Google may or may not need to verify your business location through the physical address.
Verifying Your Google My Business Profile Without an AddressIf you haven't yet set up and verified your business with Google Console, you can check out Google's native guide to adding a property to a website. This would work if Google's system were somewhat automated; perhaps the “reader” would only read the company name, the first line and the last line.
However, service area businesses can choose a local service area without having to publish the address of their business location.