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The growth in searches for local places without a location qualifier (“near me,” zip code) has outpaced searches that do include “near me,” according to new research from Think With Google — a trend that indicates that location relevance is now all but assumed by consumers making voice and text searches. “Near me” searches first spiked … Continue reading Think With Google: In Searches, “Near Me” Is Now Implied

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