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Why is there a different result when you search for a business name vs. when you search the address? It is the same business/address, but it provides a completely different result. Here is an example --

Business Name Result -- Cardiovascular Institute of the South

Address Search (of same business) -
225 Dunn St

Is Google pulling local data and images from two separate sources?
 

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Hi @Jared Broussard The business pin and the address pin are two separate pins or points of interest on the map. This is why they each have there own unique pin.

Let me know if that answered your question.
 

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Those are two entirely different queries. The address query returns street view imagery, to help the searcher identify the address from the street. The business query shows the photo the business owner added via GMB.
 
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Those are two entirely different queries. The address query returns street view imagery, to help the searcher identify the address from the street. The business query shows the photo the business owner added via GMB.
Thank you.
 

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