Google has removed the “more results near…” articulation on bounded look after-effects for queries with bounded intent. For example, if you look for [pizza] on Google.com, Google will appearance you bounded businesses affairs pizza to consumers, as able-bodied as webpages, videos and so alternating on pizza. This is allotment of the accepted look action from 2007.
Since then, back Google showed bounded listings in the amoebic look results, Google would appearance a “more results near…” articulation beneath the bounded look results. Back a searcher clicked on that link, Google would booty the searcher to added search for that bout anon in Google Maps / Local.
Now that articulation is gone. Why is it gone? Google’s Jade Wang said in a Google appointment thread, it was removed to “improve the local search experience.” She said this in acknowledgment to the complaints about its removal:
We’ve apparent some questions about the baby amend to bounded look user interface on Google (removal of “More results near…” link) –
Thanks for your acknowledgment about the baby amend to the bounded look user interface on Google. This is one of several updates we’re alive on to advance the bounded look experience, with the ambition of added seamless analysis of places and added affiliation of bounded data. Stay acquainted for added updates soon.