- Mar 23, 2021
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When I search for a location and zoom in (and out) on Google Maps, I can see different places appear but how do Google decide who to show when you first land on the maps. My first thought it is the popularity of the place? I don't think it's reviewed as this seems to be inconsistent with who shows up initially or proximity to the location? I'm searching for "Swan Valley" on Google Maps and this is what I see initially but I once zoom in I see a lot more places. Thanks in advance.