Posts on Google: Response from Support

“Regarding posts on google, we’re hoping to bring more features to you in the future. Unfortunately, Posts on Google are not open to every entity at this time, but please do let us know if you have any questions about suggesting edits to your knowledge panel.”

I respect this decision, as I cannot be trusted. Note: I have truncated the message, removing the beginning greeting, and what support specialist sent it, as, well: they did their job phenomenally. And they have nothing to do with this.

This is the kind of thing that angers me about things online. I’m Verified, but there are still classes. I’m apparently not verified enough to get access to this feature; thus, I cannot show you it.

I’d like to compare myself to other people, in a negative way, but I won’t. Suffice to say, I’ve seen a bunch of musicians who are not very famous, get access to this feature. I figured I could join their ranks. Eh.

It’s difficult for me to gauge how much I can get away with. By my own prospectus, I figure I’m actually entirely unknown, and not famous. Which is good… until I run into a brick wall, socially, with someone who hates me for a reason I can never discern.

I wouldn’t say I’m even a Z-lister. Nobody remembers me. And probably, that’s useful for me.

Anyways.


Google, like Twitter, seems to not really care too much about its Verification program. I don’t think that any of the departments(?) care about it; it seems a very tacked-on thing, that nobody really knows how to deal wif.

Oh well.