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Mike Blumenthal
For f@(k’s sake Google. Does a local brand search really need to surface competitors “to explore” above the branded profile? Ok. It’s a test. Of what? How loyal a searcher is? Seems like one big psych test
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Liam Lally, Zaddle 28 Aug 19
Replying to @mblumenthal
Nice place to put competitor Ads....
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Mike Blumenthal 28 Aug 19
Replying to @ZaddleMarketing
Yes. After I tweeted I realized that Barbara should be thankful that there is just a scroll bar and not a full screen of ads
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Matt Tutt 28 Aug 19
Replying to @mblumenthal
Does this happen when the business is closed for the day, or happens regardless? Wondered if that was the reasoning but unlikely still (and not that helpful).
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Mike Blumenthal 28 Aug 19
Replying to @MattTutt1
they open at 10 am today so I am not really sure.
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Will Scott 28 Aug 19
Replying to @mblumenthal
"New Home Page" huh? Only if your new home page wants to steal all your money and sleep with your significant other.
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Mike Blumenthal 28 Aug 19
Replying to @w2scott
A rat infestation
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Social Media Burst 29 Aug 19
Replying to @mblumenthal
Isn’t this what advertisers pay for?
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Mike Blumenthal 29 Aug 19
Replying to @SMBurst
No this is free.
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2PepNolan 5 Sep 19
Doesn’t your GMB show up for your competitors’ brand searches as well? Seems like the little Mom&Pop can take from the big brand name in the area. I’m okay with this. Interested to see the change in engagement.
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Mike Blumenthal 5 Sep 19
yes but that has always been below your brand information NOT above it
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