Google now lets merchants add an ‘Asian-owned’ label to their profiles on Maps and Search
By Editor - Wed Aug 03, 6:41 am
Google announced today that it’s adding a new label on Maps and Search that will allow people to identify their business as being Asian-owned. The new label is now available to merchants in the United States with a verified business profile on Google. Once a business adds the label on their Business Profile, users will be able to see the attribute on Search on Maps. Today’s update builds on the Black-owned , Latino-owned , veteran-owned , women-owned and LGBTQ+ owned business attributes that Google already offers. The company says the new label is another way people can support a diversity of businesses across its products. On a support page , Google notes that self-identification is optional and is currently only available to retailers based in the United States. Customers are able to filter for businesses using the identity attributes.
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