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    Discombobulated Google+Local results

    Anyone else notice that these results seem a little off?

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    I've seen this for other searches and in several other cities today. People's Exhibit B:

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    I refreshed. Same results. I'm using Firefox today (I use Chrome most of the time, though).

    Must be a glitch, but am I the only one seeing this?

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    Re: Discombobulated Google+Local results

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Rozek View Post
    Anyone else notice that these results seem a little off?

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    I've seen this for other searches and in several other cities today. People's Exhibit B:

    Attachment 329

    I refreshed. Same results. I'm using Firefox today (I use Chrome most of the time, though).

    Must be a glitch, but am I the only one seeing this?
    Not sure what Wikipedia is doing creeping up. What search string did you use? Were you signed in? When by a computer I'll do some test searches.

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    Re: Discombobulated Google+Local results

    I wasn’t signed-in (rarely am). In these examples, I typed “personal injury lawyer” with the search location as Encino, CA, and I typed “dentist” with the search location as Seattle. But you should be able to duplicate it for a bunch of other searches: I know I’ve been able to. It’s usually just one Google+Local listing that’s offset to the left, but sometimes it’s two.

    Wikipedia is just in there because these are “blended” results.

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    Re: Discombobulated Google+Local results

    Hi Phil,

    I've never seen indented results like that before. I use FF most of time too and tried to replicate and am not seeing that issue at all. Odd...
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    Re: Discombobulated Google+Local results

    Now I'm not seeing it any longer. Weird!

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    Re: Discombobulated Google+Local results

    I think the big G just likes to make us think we are crazy!

    I saw this double crippled weird listing yesterday. Searched a bunch of ways and it kept coming up. Then searched MM and there it was also a double.

    By the time I posted in the G forum trying to explain it and others clicked the links, the doubles were gone from both map search and MM. Yep made me look crazy.
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