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I just noticed that Drift was listed as "Permanently Closed" on Google listing. I reported it to Google that this is incorrect, but Ferhat, you might want to claim listing to speed up the correction.

Joel

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Fermat: Best to do it yourself. If manager leaves later he might leave with that contact info. It's easy and quick to do

I also reported it as open as should others....but you should claim it direct as Joel suggested

And Google confirmed the edit Drift is open. And if others do so it will change in Google probably tomorrow or today if reviewers work on Sunday's. But you should claim the listing rather than an employee. Not a huge huge deal but if and when the manager leaves it could be a problem for point of contact. It's easy to do. Follow their directions.

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Fermat: Best to do it yourself. If manager leaves later he might leave with that contact info. It's easy and quick to do

I also reported it as open as should others....but you should claim it direct as Joel suggested

And Google confirmed the edit Drift is open. And if others do so it will change in Google probably tomorrow or today if reviewers work on Sunday's. But you should claim the listing rather than an employee. Not a huge huge deal but if and when the manager leaves it could be a problem for point of contact. It's easy to do. Follow their directions.

This sounds like really good advice.

And Joel, thank you for looking out for one of your own.

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Ferhat:  Here are some benefits to claiming the listing:

(this is for Ferhat, but its useful for other restaurants and local businesses)

1.  you can upload pictures, rather than have anyone's good or bad pictures be uploaded.   FYI, when uploading check out how they show.  You can control the visual impact via cropping, which can make a big visual difference.

2.  You can respond to reviews in google....good and bad.

3.  you can choose categories, which can have a significant impact on how well your restaurant shows for various search terms in google.

4.  You can change and update your hours of operation......and other benefits.

5.  Currently a verified owner is the strongest source of data in google.

I've been working on this "stuff" for over 10 years.  Ever since google started google maps and set up a system for small businesses there have been endless problems with the information that is shown and getting it corrected.   Their systems are far better today and in the last few years but they are still prone to errors and mistakes.   One of the issues that continues to haunt some businesses is that an ex employee or a "now disgruntled" ex employee has control of the "claimed listing".   It is why you should do it yourself.  Google's systems for correcting this are better but not fullproof.    Do it with a gmail account.  You can give access to that account to an employee but you should control it and ensure that access via  a cell phone.  It gives you control and gives them access to you to correct bad mistakes.

BTW:  I reported the erroneous "closed message via a 2nd gmail address.   One way to hasten correction is to crowd source it.  But the best way is to claim the listing.  You can do it at night, at home etc.  Its simple.   Here is the general link to the process but I'd do it off the picture of the box that Joel provided.  That "box" is called the google knowledge box.

One other thing:   Google has not associated the website and url with the brick and mortar business to date, or made a strong association.  One can tell that by searching for your business by name in google   ie...something like this....."Drift on 7th, DC".   If google had made a strong connection...by you having claimed the listing...your url would show first in their results, rather than the news stories and other items that rank over your website.

If you are going to share the "management of a listing" with an email set up a separate gmail acct for the business...something like DriftonSEVENTH@gmail, or anything you choose.   That way employees don't have access to your email.

Once you claim the listing your url will almost assuredly pop up first for searches by name.   (claiming is that important these days).

BTW:   Once you claim the listing in google also claim it in bing.  The process is similar.  

Take the time to carefully add categories.  They are important for visbility.  Restaurant and Seafood are no brainers but there could be other helpful categories.  you can add categories later...but definitely do restaurant and seafood now.  There are STILL an enormous number of searches in google for things like "restaurants DC", "restaurants Shaw", "seafood restaurants DC" etc with seafood being a major subcategory.

Lets see, within the last couple of months Dino's was reported "closed" in google.  He got FB fans to report it in google and it changed within a day.

One other thing I noticed...google is mixed up between the connection to the location between Fishnet and Drift on 7th.  You can see that via the google reviews.which are old fishnet reviews....  Ultimately those can also be changed although its a more cumbersome process

As long as you are "claiming listings", claim it in Yelp, outside of the two big search engines that is the site(directory) which will be viewed the most by likely visitors and diners.  You want that updated also. (I haven't looked up Drift on Yelp)

Good luck.   But seriously, claim the listing yourself.  If you don't want to be responsible for handling and managing it...give access to that gmail acct and managing the listing to an employee...but make sure you have control.

Its really easy.  Thank goodness.  It hasn't always been easy.

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I just googled the restaurant and it's listed as open today, so something worked.

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I just googled the restaurant and it's listed as open today, so something worked.

I looked it up one place and saw it was claimed!!!!   Fast and good work, Ferhat.   Let those diners know you are open!!!!!!    :D

(my gut is that your url will show first in search rankings when one google's it by name in a day or 3.)...hopefully sooner.  (attractive website imho)

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Danged google is again showing Drift on 7th as closed again today.  If you google drift on 7th and see the box with that message...click on it and report that the restaurant is open.  They are...and they are aware of this...but help them.

I went to a separate source about google maps and small businesses and noted that someone with a gmail acct (I suspect its one person) reported dino's closed in early Jan, and the same "acct" is reporting drift closed.  I smell a rat.

Hopefully this gets fixed ASAP.

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Ferhat:  Google is complicated.   With regard to these records and information there is a left hand and right hand and they don't always know what they are doing.  Assuming "claiming the listing" as Joel first suggested, and I agreed is the right hand....it appears the left hand, something called google map maker, has created the "closed signals" and when they show instead of stating drift is closed ..they show fishnet is closed....when someone is searching for drift.   Terrible signal.   I sent you an email pointing to a discussion that should resolve this closing issue.

I added new information in map maker about drift on 7th.  It came off your web site.  You can adjust it, fix it, update it, whatever.   Hopefully this will end the problem with the recurring closed signals in google.

Very frustrating.  I lived through these kinds of misinformation.  Very very frustrating to say the least.

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I reported it open the other night. When I got a confirmation email from Google they called it Fishnet, so clearly some work needs to be done.

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[Thank you to both Joel Finkelstein (detecting the problem) and DaveO (helping to find a solution) for helping Drift on 7th take ownership of their business on Google Maps. The conversation applies to all businesses, and is both general enough and important enough to have its own thread in the News and Media Forum. All the posts relating to this can now be found here, and again, thank you to both Joel and Dave for taking the time to help out their fellow man without asking for anything in return.]

Someone probably needs to talk to Google about the placement of Drift when you do a search. When you search for "Drift on 7th" it comes up, but it's the 9th listing on the page! On my computer, it was the very last one on the first page, and this is what the "preview" on the google page says:

Drift on 7th

drifton7th.com/

A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt "“ learn more.

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Just so you know.  I hunted down where the recurring closed issue could be occurring.  I think I found the answer and started the process to recovery...at least on that google knowledge box, which shows prominently in both mobile and desktop.

I'd actually change the title of this thread Don.  Getting information fixed is easier and more systemic since around 2011 or so...but its still quite complicated and ill described, as is the case with Ferhat and Drifton7th.  I wouldn't characterize it as "easier" per se.  Easier would be a comparison with what then was "virtually impossible" ....it was that bad in the prior decade.

Ferhat's situation has fallen into a more complicated scenario wherein his business record is getting confused with an old record.  I can only say that the ways to rectify those issues have changed innumerably in the decade plus that google maps has been around.  Its still complex and that which might have worked in 2013, and 2014 don't necessarily work now.

For more info on how this system has lurched around over the past decade there was a recent article in the NYTimes business section from Jan 31, 2016.  Its an old story.  The Times has a story like it in 2009 I believe...and the issues predate that.  While the story focuses on local locksmiths the problems hit all types of local businesses.  In fact I emailed the drift situation status to one of the knowledgeable  people referenced in that article.  We've corresponded and spoke over some years.

Its a crazy crazy algo driven system.

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Someone probably needs to talk to Google about the placement of Drift when you do a search. When you search for "Drift on 7th" it comes up, but it's the 9th listing on the page! On my computer, it was the very last one on the first page, and this is what the "preview" on the google page says:

Drift on 7th

drifton7th.com/

A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt "“ learn more.

I think there is a solution to that problem in progress.

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Over the last 10 years one of my biggest pet peeves has been how Google misrepresents information about a business in its search results.   The consequences can kill a business.  For those local businesses that are dependent on search for visibility in the public when google makes a mistake the impact is potentially deadly.  Sometimes the impact is not that severe, sometimes, when more reliant on search results it is simply crushing.

Since 3/3/16 evidently Drift on 7th has been suffering somewhat from these type problems.  I've tried to help.  I've become intimately familiar with many of the issues, and the fixes that have worked from time to time.  Initially these mistakes hit the businesses that we operate.  When the information was correctly shown things were great.  When incorrectly shown things were horrible.  These issues have popped up since around 2006 when google moved its google map results into the first page of google results.

In that time I've learned a good bit, been somewhat of an "expert", helped some businesses get out of these issues, and experienced the incredible variety of ways google has changed its systems vis a vis portraying information about local small businesses.  In effect current google is the hard copy yellow pages that helped consumers find businesses in pre web days....only its far more powerful, has more reach, is used more often.  Its a monopoly for search.

From my perspective the most memorable incident occurred with a business in a city outside of DC.  Some of its location data was being shown incorrectly.  Call it Leo's Tulsa Heath Spa (Leo's).  It was only showing up erroneously in google.   Leo's would get calls from prospective customers.  The consumers would be at the wrong address far away and would complain to Leo's.  Leo's website had the correct info...but there was a prominent "google box" of info.  That had the wrong address.  People were being misdirected.  Those lost souls would go to the wrong address and then call Leo's and complain.  It wasn't Leo's fault.  The google information was bad/erroneous.   We (Leo's and I) couldn't find where the bad information was coming from and how to eliminate it.

I did manage to get Google's attention to the matter.  A representative told us they'd get right back on it.

9 months later they got back to us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   Nine months!!!!!!!  People were getting pregnant and having babies in nine months.  People were getting ill and passing away.  Google was simply a black box that wouldn't respond and nobody could make it accountable.

Some of us "helpers" found where the information was coming from for this business and others likewise impacted.  We published the issue.  We went directly to google and put it in a format wherein the larger public and media could see the issues and the problems.  Google responded to Leo's.  Google fixed the algorithmic issue that was causing the problem for Leo's and many others.

Nine months stuck in my mind. The time it takes to get pregnant and have a baby. Frankly, they didn't act until a "fix" or a revelation of the problem went to the press.   I'd have to go back to my old notes.  It was around 2007-2009.

It has been that way since around 2006 and the non accountability remains in effect to this day.  Its what is causing the problem with Drift on 7th since 3/3/16 on and off through today 3/10/16.

That is my rant.  Its a version that doesn't include the hundreds of other such examples over the years.  Very frustrating.

Now today....there are "better" methods for getting one's critical contact information shown.  Google has a "partial" customer service level.   But its not full proof.  Also they change the way they do things and how information can be updated, corrected, and verified.  They have made consistent changes on these systems for years.  Its a full time job to just stay on top of their changes.

Regardless of the rant...its valuable to "claim" one's listing...for dozens of reasons.  Most of the time today the google systems work pretty well.  Sometimes they don't as in the case of Drift.   One thing that hasn't changed is how google slips accountability.  Very frustrating.

Rant over!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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thank you all for the great help and support, especially DaveO!

Google has been playing us, no question about that. Today I was able to get them on the phone, have the business show open again but as `Fishnet`. they will mail a verification code `the third one` and once that is put in, the whole thing will change to Drift.

lets wait and see!

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Great!!! Watch your mail like a hawk.  The old snail method was via postcards.  If you don't get one in a few days, call and complain.  Ask for a phone verification.  Normally when one does get the mail verification and responds the correction occurs quickly.

Good luck.

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Really great thread, amazing community helping each other out.  Let me know if you have further issues, I went to high school with Brin so I can call him up and make him fix it.  haha, not really, on the latter part of that.

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Really great thread, amazing community helping each other out.  Let me know if you have further issues, I went to high school with Brin so I can call him up and make him fix it.  haha, not really, on the latter part of that.

ooooh....I used to have some "ins" there....but way way way way...and a lot more ways below that level.   I doubt I have any now.   I know others with some "ins".   but boy they are a tough nut to crack.   back in the day one of the "helpers" figured out how to make their "group" assigned to dealing with these local business issues jump to and respond.  .....and his method worked.   (those little "tricks" no longer applicable)

We were studying the issues....and we were studying how to get them to respond...in an environment where they never responded.  What a trip.  LOL

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As of today, 3/12/16 Google knowledge box is still showing the business as Fishnet, albeit the Permanently Closed Sign has been removed.   From a business perspective that is better....but absolutely not ideal.  Per some data it appears the Permanently Closed signs first went up on 3/3 went down on 3/6 and have been on and off since then.

Meanwhile, Bing, Apple Maps and Yelp all have the data correct showing the business as Drift on 7th.   (I bet all that data came through Yelp).   Unfortunately Google is the dominant monopoly controller of search.

Getting that data up correctly is vital for search and the business.  Its unfortunate Google is such a brutally difficult entity, who for some reason escapes scrutiny and responsibility for its mistakes and in this case slowness to correct its own crap data.

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On Thursday 3/17 Google had Drift's information up correctly and prominently in the Google Knowledge Box....but cripes on Friday it was messed up again; and today, Saturday there is the big box for Fishnet with the Closed Sign.   I have a huge burr up my butt for these google errors and their inability to fix them and more significantly their cavalier attitude and complete inability to take responsibility.

From years of working on that stuff....those google mistakes just "crush" businesses.  How much???  No one can tell for sure...but since google is the overwhelming monopoly on search....it usually has a terrible effect.   And boy I've seen it in spades.

So I went over there to chat with Ferhat...and more relevantly here...had the mussels dish that I'd heard was excellent.  And it is!!!!!   Plump, plentiful, tasty mussels.  A terrific broth/sauce....spicy with red curry, garlic, corn...nice thickness with a  splendid taste.   Kept asking for and getting extra bread to sop up every last drop....it was that tasty.   A relative steal at $17 in my experience.  Had a nice riesling and the banana split dessert...but those mussels...oooh la la.   A well recommended dish.

Back to that google problem...it simply screws businesses.  Currently both Apple Maps and Yelp have the information on Drift correct and have had it correct for at least 2 weeks.  Its not rocket science for the big internet sources of info.  Its just that google has been completely uncaring and held blameless for years.  Tsk tsk.

Two ways to get it cleaned up:  A) get a major media source such as the Washington Post or NYTimes to blast the article and shame google. B)  B.)  The other way is when the functionaries at google can't clean this thing up to go up through the ranks.   I've managed or participated in getting both those actions but they are hard and really should not be required.   Google is equivalent to a utility as it relates to "search".   There should be accountable customer service.  There still isn't.

Back to the mussels.  An excellent dish!!!!

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This is what shows up on my Chromebook when I perform a Google Search for Drift on 7th:

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If there's anything we, the members, can do to barnstorm Google, someone tell us what to do. There must be some central repository of business records that Google checks (I doubt it's the Google cars that are responsible for this - I can't remember if Dave mentioned this upthread, but I'm wondering if Ferhat needs to update whatever that central repository is). Has the legal business name changed, or just the signage?

Perhaps just as importantly, I cannot urge strongly enough to put a "Menu" tab on the top of your home page:

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I looked around for 5-10 seconds before I noticed "See What's Cookin'" down below - you can have that there, but there also needs to be a plain vanilla Menu tab on the top of the page. It's a nice-looking website, btw, but that one omission will really hurt you. If your menu changes often, I would make it so you only need to update one place, and have all tabs and links point to that one place - minimize your upkeep.

It's also important to have your drinks menu online, and to have prices next to each dish (right now there are none). Also, have someone copy-edit the entire menu (right now, for example, it says "tepenade" which may be an Italian variant, but it's more commonly spelled "tapenade"). I can do this in 20 minutes if you want me to. If it was me, I would have only one copy of the menu - the real thing - and not have separate entries in a different area - too much maintenance. Go ahead and do it now to get it out of the way and finished.

My guess is that nobody is going to look at this:

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and that this .pdf version takes virtually no time to load, and it much more appealing:

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Looking at the website, there are so many things I'd do differently. I'll be happy to sketch out a redesign that won't take very long to implement - you can buy me a beer or something. You're not going to have time to maintain a chef's blog, and besides, you can have your own blog here. :) (We actually have that capability, and that perk is available to any of our members who don't want the hassles of maintaining their own blog software - it doesn't even need to be about food).

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This is what shows up on my Chromebook when I perform a Google Search for Drift on 7th:

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If there's anything we, the members, can do to barnstorm Google, someone tell us what to do. There must be some central repository of business records that Google checks (I doubt it's the Google cars that are responsible for this - I can't remember if Dave mentioned this upthread, but I'm wondering if Ferhat needs to update whatever that central repository is). Has the legal business name changed, or just the signage?

Ferhat and his group are facing a "package of problems" on this "box" that keeps showing up with Fishnet.  Because they "rebranded" the business, there a variety of "issues" with getting strong Google visibility.  It appears everything that has been done to try and correct it, has triggered crappy Google algorithmic and systemic responses.  Frankly its not that difficult to get it right.  Yelp and Apple Maps have the correct info right now and for several weeks.

I've been dealing with these things for over 12 years, and with the google maps stuff for about 8 years.  Google has a customer unfriendly, non direct "customer service" application that often screws up.  I just read an article by someone I know who has also been dealing with these issues for a similar period of time.  He more or less addressed some of the things Ferhat is facing.  He didn't lay out an easy systemic solution.

In the past I've found the route to correction is usually easiest or best through direct intervention at Google.  I've suggested to Ferhat a way to do so.  A second way to get these things corrected is if a major media source wrote it up in an article.  It would have to be something like the NYTimes, the Washington Post or a major tech journal with widespread distribution and readership.  When google is embarrassed in the media in this way they bypass all their "systems" and just correct things.

Perhaps just as importantly, I cannot urge strongly enough to put a "Menu" tab on the top of your home page:

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I looked around for 5-10 seconds before I noticed "See What's Cookin'" down below - you can have that there, but there also needs to be a plain vanilla Menu tab on the top of the page. It's a nice-looking website, btw, but that one omission will really hurt you. If your menu changes often, I would make it so you only need to update one place, and have all tabs and links point to that one place - minimize your upkeep.

It's also important to have your drinks menu online, and to have prices next to each dish (right now there are none). Also, have someone copy-edit the entire menu (right now, for example, it says "tepenade" which may be an Italian variant, but it's more commonly spelled "tapenade"). I can do this in 20 minutes if you want me to. If it was me, I would have only one copy of the menu - the real thing - and not have separate entries in a different area - too much maintenance. Go ahead and do it now to get it out of the way and finished.

My guess is that nobody is going to look at this:

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and that this .pdf version takes virtually no time to load, and it much more appealing:

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Looking at the website, there are so many things I'd do differently. I'll be happy to sketch out a redesign that won't take very long to implement - you can buy me a beer or something. You're not going to have time to maintain a chef's blog, and besides, you can have your own blog here. :) (We actually have that capability, and that perk is available to any of our members who don't want the hassles of maintaining their own blog software - it doesn't even need to be about food).

Website owners have to figure out how to best present their info on the web.  Besides what is or isn't on the site...their is a general visibility issue.  Its been noted either upthread and/or in the review thread.  Ferhat and his team are aware of it.  Hopefully they get that fixed very soon.  That would help.

My experience is that in a very general sense its helpful to website owners to get outside opinions on their sites.  In fact I think having a site reviewed by "customer types" before it goes public is a helpful practice.  I personally like pricing on a restaurant menu and I know that it is relatively easy to put the menu on the site, have it subject to changes that the owner has access to.  Its not rocket science and with a little practice it becomes easy.  I also like a menu on separate web pages and not loaded as a pdf.  Over time having the menu as content on the site and NOT as a downloadable pdf will offer any number of advantages to a business and website owner.

Funny thing about getting outside viewership and comments on a website.  Earlier today I called someone I know.  Something screwed up on their website.  I got the partner on the phone, who really doesn't know me.  His first reaction to my comment was a bit negative..but we discussed further, he went to the site and saw the problem, and then thanked me.  He'll fix the mess up.  I know we run a group of sites for different businesses.  Invariably its outsiders who find the mistakes we've made.

Anyway good luck to Ferhat.  All these issues are correctable.  Some take a bit more time.   But those google crack ups.  I think they need to have oversight from a bigger entity.  They should be held accountable for screwing up a business's visibility.  They really are a monopoly in search.   And to repeat...its not rocket science...Apple Maps and Yelp have had the correct info up the entire time google has messed it up.

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This is what shows up on my Chromebook when I perform a Google Search for Drift on 7th:

attachicon.gifScreenshot 2016-03-22 at 08.37.39.png

If there's anything we, the members, can do to barnstorm Google, someone tell us what to do. There must be some central repository of business records that Google checks (I doubt it's the Google cars that are responsible for this - I can't remember if Dave mentioned this upthread, but I'm wondering if Ferhat needs to update whatever that central repository is). Has the legal business name changed, or just the signage?

Perhaps just as importantly, I cannot urge strongly enough to put a "Menu" tab on the top of your home page:

attachicon.gifScreenshot 2016-03-22 at 08.44.45.png

I looked around for 5-10 seconds before I noticed "See What's Cookin'" down below - you can have that there, but there also needs to be a plain vanilla Menu tab on the top of the page. It's a nice-looking website, btw, but that one omission will really hurt you. If your menu changes often, I would make it so you only need to update one place, and have all tabs and links point to that one place - minimize your upkeep.

Don:  Either great instinct, assumption or you've studied this stuff.  There is a "central repository" of business data that google uses.  Currently though it is secondary to making direct solid contact with Google (G).   Currently G relies on its own direct contact with businesses and its internal algo's and systems above the "repository".  (It wasn't always this way.)   Somewhere the systems G has and the connection with Drift on 7th have broken down.  At this point I don't know where the breakdown has occurred and I'm not in the middle of this thing.  Unfortunately the breakdown could be occurring in more than one place within G's systems.  Fixing it does require dedicated effort to push the corrections above.    There is also the embarrassment route I've described above.  One has to find a journalist and media source with a large and significant enough following that they will post the story.  Again, not easy to do.

On the menu thing I completely agree with you, Don.  I'd always suggest having a menu in the body of the website and not as a pdf download.  I'd also use simple easy to define and understand words...like "menu".  Both site visitors and search engines understand that right away.  (cute descriptive language might work for part of the population but it won't necessarily work for the search engines and hence visibility and rankings)

Lastly based on some recent experiments were I a seafood restaurant, or a Thai restaurant, or a "specialty" restaurant of any category the content describing my menu...and some of the content on other pages on my site would reference and re reference the category...say seafood.

Traditionally high visibility was a function of links, and for small businesses and restaurants that "central repository".  More and more rankings and visibility are a function of written context.  With more and more experiments its ever more visible.

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