Invalid Addresses

If you get an error when entering an address for Foot Traffic Attribution, you see that the address is appearing on the map in a different location, or the address details change when you save the location, the address that you entered may be invalid in Google Maps. Addresses for Foot Traffic Attribution are validated by Google Maps and occasionally Google will edit an invalid address to an address that it recognizes. 

Addresses should not include apartment numbers, suite numbers or other numbers or letters after the street name. None of the fields should include symbols or extra commas within the cell.

For example, the following address formats would be invalid:

  • 123 Broad St #D, New York, NY 10001 
  • 123-D Center Road, New York, NY 10001
  • 123 Main St #100, New York, NY 10001

The valid format would be:

  • 123 Broad St, New York, NY 10001 
  • 123 Center Road, New York, NY 10001
  • 123 Main St, New York, NY 10001