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Google Makes it Free to Sell Products in Search Results
It will soon be free for merchants to list products in the Google Shopping tab in search results.
SEOs and site owners focusing primarily on organic search can, for the first time, add Google Shopping to their toolkit.
Before the end of the month, this change will take effect in US search results with plans to expand globally by the end of the year.
By Matt Southern
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How You Can See Google Search Results for Different Locations
What you and I are likely to see in Google differs a lot even if we search for the same thing.
This makes perfect sense to users who often search Google for places and services nearby.
At the same time, this leaves marketers blind to what customers really see in Google in all the different locations their business targets.
By Aleh Barysevich
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