Google on “Ashland Oregon b&b’s”.

Scroll down the results a bit until you see the map balloons and notice what I highlighted in yellow below.
Starting last week, Google Maps search results in the U.S. include some of the phrases which are frequently used to describe those places. These phrases come from sources all across the web, such as reviews, web pages and other online references. The idea, according to Google, is to “help people quickly identify the characteristics that make a particular place unique. It’s like an opportunity to ask the business owner or its patrons “What’s good here?” or “What do most people get here?””

Obviously this means you online reputation has become even more important.

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