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Webinar: How Consumers Are Using Local Search

Local search is not only pervasive and growing, but also changing in ways that are important for consumers, businesses and the search industry. Listen to a discussion and presentation by Dr. Phil Hendrix, Founder and Director of research firm immr, and Rohan Chandran, Executive Director of Product Management at YP, on the results and implications of a recently conducted study examining the ways that consumers use local search. (Download the white paper at the bottom of this page.)

Webinar topics to be covered include:

  • Who is searching
  • What devices they own
  • How frequently they are searching from these devices
  • How proximity and urbanicity effect consumer search habits
  • And more.

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