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David Mihm's analysis of the major changes in the local search scene.
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from MattMcGee 1404 Days ago #
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As I said in the comments over there, and will repeat here, the name of the new display is The Keg. If we used to have 3-packs, 7-packs, and 10-packs ... we now have a full Keg of local search results dominating the page. Long live The Keg! :-)



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from pixelrage 1404 Days ago #
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Thanks to the new change, I'm almost entirely reluctant to bother using Google as my search engine. These SERPs are total garbage. Big brand names and big directories get dominance - as if they needed it? I now have to scroll 3/4ths down to see organic results (which is all I care about). Horrible move. Why on earth they separated the map and pinpoints is beyond me. But that's just my opinion :)



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from davidmihm 1404 Days ago #
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Pixelrage. we must not be talking about the same results...small businesses are getting far more screen real estate in these new results than they ever have at Google...?



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