Google Adds "Is This Accurate" To Map Details on Web Search

Oct 20, 2009 - 8:28 am 1 by
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When Google local business listings are showing on the web search results, Google is now asking users to confirm if the business information is accurate. Even if the business listing is verified by the business owner.

Here is an example:

Is This Accurate on Google Web Maps

When you click the link, it asks you to "confirm" or "cancel."

Is This Accurate on Google Web Maps

Then when you "confirm" the listing Google thanks you.

Is This Accurate on Google Web Maps

Mike spotted this a couple days ago.

Forum discussion at Google Maps Help.


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