Google Places Bug Limits Search Results To 10

Apr 18, 2012 • 8:18 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Maps
 

Google PaginationGoogle Places has an unusual bug, where they are only showing up to ten results for a local search query without the option to go to page 2 for an additional 10 results.

For example, search for [plumbers] and then click on the more results near... option. If you scroll to the bottom of those results you will be missing the famous Google pagination.

Here is a screen shot, feel free to click on it to see a full size:

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Google Maps representative, Vanessa, said "Thanks, guys -- I've alerted the team and we're taking a look." The issue has yet to be resolved but it has been less than 24 hours as of right now.

Forum discussion at Google Places Help.

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Comments:

Tiki torches

04/18/2012 12:41 pm

I think you miss understood there is available option to move ahead on 2 , 3 , 4 ,5 page check it out https://www.google.com/search?q=plumbers or if you get problem to find out page just remove your history in your system and check again sure you will get 10 pages listing in your browser

Barry Schwartz

04/18/2012 12:43 pm

I didn't misunderstand. Click on the second link so you go to Google Places. Read what I wrote.

Ron Coachman

04/18/2012 03:24 pm

Basically the top 10 results all chip in some dosh and pay google a little extra for the privilege lol

Linda Buquet

04/18/2012 03:44 pm

I reported it to Vanessa yesterday right after I blogged it. Assuming it's a pagination bug and not by design, but who knows for sure. Waiting to hear more.

Ryan A.

04/18/2012 04:39 pm

If you notice that the result count only says "10 results (.15 seconds)".  There is a work around to this if you go and change your search settings to display more than 10 results per page you will get results equal to that number.

Paxton Geller

04/19/2012 12:03 pm

I wonder what effect this might have with Adwords..

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