Google Local Search Puts the K in Kwality

Discovered today: when you’re looking at the maps results for a Google search, and click on one of the listings to expand it (here, I’m clicking on the result for J. Rollins Art of Framing): List of maps results in Google what ACTUALLY expands is the listing above it: Expanded result after clicking Seems like the team there could use a slightly more rigorous set of sanity checks. UPDATE: Apparently Google is in the midst of a little experimentation. A search for “frame shop” returns the following: New link to more frame shop See the link at the bottom….where it says “more frame shop”? That takes you to a DIFFERENT Maps page, where clicking on one of the results doesn’t expand the selection, but rather, takes you to the website directly. Whereas a search for “gym” (same browser, same session) returns the familiar “map results for…” (upon clicking that, you get to the buggy expanding listings): map results

4 thoughts on “Google Local Search Puts the K in Kwality”

  1. Google Maps is drunk. Like, on a several month bender. Someone needs to stage an intervention.

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