john wieber

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Greetings,

Never posted here but I have something odd and I cannot figure it out. When doing a search for a "city" specific query, a location (gold pin) appears in the SERP's for mobile. I cannot determine where Google is pulling this data. Has anyone encountered this before? If so where is Google pulling this data from? If you can help me, I would be more than happy to repay you with a LINK :), or pay you for some time.

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danaditomaso

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I'm not seeing that -- can you share exactly what you searched for and about where you're located? I'll try to replicate it.
 

john wieber

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Hi thanks for the reply, it is a search on an iPhone 11 which is on Tmobile using Safari Mobile. Search queries vary this is for Huntington Beach Property Management.
 

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Well normally for tests it's based on the user so while you're seeing these, the majority of your client's audience is not.
 

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