Universal Search Boosts Google Maps

Filed in Google, Local Search by Matt McGee on June 7, 2007 1 Comment

Bill Tancer posts tonight about the effects of Universal Search on traffic to various Google properties. And Google Maps, according to the Hitwise data, has seen a 20% boost in traffic since the formal introduction of Universal Search.

This is reminiscent of the 26% jump that Maps saw in the first month after the expanded Local Onebox debuted in late January/early February.

It has to be said, though, that Google Maps is still a tiny 1.42% of all Google traffic.

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