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I've encountered such emails many time, I do this, if you can find the same domain and TLS certification then, you've got email from a legit source.


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EDIT: Alright, there definitely ARE some weird things in those emails though. Like the second picture you post said the deadline was 3/18/2018? A year ago? And the 3rd one said "follow these steps", and gave no steps. But regardless, what I wrote below should still help. Alright... So first off, let me say: I'm not an API expert, nor have I used YouTube API ...


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Google does not make this easy, however you can scrape it with the following php code. First you need the "place id", you can get this using this tool: https://developers.google.com/places/place-id Start typing the business name and once google finds it, you can copy the place ID from the popup. Here's the PHP - replace ENTER_PLACE_ID_HERE with the place ...


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I was posting the wrong kind of json took me days to solve but I got it google custom search only excepts get requests to the googleapi.com/customserach url.


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If you have a Google Places place_id and API key, the following URL will return the hours as a JSON object. Just be sure to replace "YOUR_PLACE_ID" with your actual Google Places place_id and "YOUR_API_KEY" with your Google Places API key. https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/place/details/json?placeid=YOUR_PLACE_ID&fields=opening_hours&key=...


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In order to create an api key, you should to go https://console.developers.google.com/getting-started and log in with your account. Create a new project and proceed to activate the APIs you need.


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Back when Google still had the free Translate API there where terms which would have made this against the rules as the terms stated that it was for the purpose of translating source content to an alternate language for end users to be able to read or for translating user content from their source language to the site language. Since the depreciation of the ...


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You are looking at the wrong report in Google Analytics. You are looking at the Acquisition -> Search Console -> Queries report. This report is powered by data from Google Search Console. To get this data programatically, you would need to use the API for Search Console. The data that you are querying through the GA API is shown on the Acquisition -> ...


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Yes. At the end of August, a 20-fold increase in the Googlebot crawl rate pushed my site into the paying band for the Maps API. Three days of being monstered cost me €174. Fish in a barrel?


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Approximately a week and a half. https://search.google.com/local/writereview?placeid=ChIJC-XORTkRkFQRncXHUeHSXws


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