I have to work with the Google Places API, specifically Zagat Ratings. It is "premium data" meaning I can't just be a billing user (which is what I am now), I have to be an enterprise user (which it looks like you have to buy a license or otherwise pay to become). How exactly how one becomes an enterprise user? If you happen to have used Zagat ratings, any example of data that comes back from a query so I can take a look and be sure it suits our needs?
If you want the details, this is what I've done (since beginning research on this on Friday).
1. I obtained an API key and in order to do so I created a project (by logging into my google account). My project name is the default "My Project". Then I created a new browser key. With this key, I was able to post requests as below:
The reply has no Zagat ratings, though. I determined this is because I'm not an Enterprise user: To obtain Zagat data you have to become an enterprise user; just being a "billing user" is not enough.
2. So I wanted to see definitively what kind of a user am I. One hit I got said "Visit the APIs Console and log in with your Google Account", then "Select the project that was created for you when you signed up. The project name will start with Google Maps APIs for Business". I didn't quite understand this second part, and how it presumes to know what my project name is, especially since mine is just the simple default "My Project". Finally it says: "The Places API - Zagat Content service should be enabled (mine is not. Actually, I have no such thing). The Places API service should be disabled (mine is enabled).
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