HoosierBuff

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I'm looking at Google Maps views in search, and wondering why Google Maps views are more than what I'm seeing for Google Search.

I'm biased. I'm expecting that the predominant user behavior for this Roofing company is for people to go Google Search as the first stop. LIke, if I need a roofer, I'm going to go to search in the regular google search box. . .not a map. Particularly because I'm not going to their location, they are coming to me.

I was surprised to see that the Maps had more views than search. Is this a counting anomaly, or do I have user behavior wrong?
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