27 Oct '14, 1pm

Using The Past To Predict The Future For Local Search

Using The Past To Predict The Future For Local Search

It’s not guaranteed that the past predicts the future, but it certainly shines a light on the likely direction and outcomes we’re heading toward. And when we complement this analysis with a practical understanding of Google’s objectives, I believe these predictions hold water.

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