The search engine optimization tool Google’s Local Search Engine Optimizer (LSEO) has been used for more than a decade to help businesses make sure they’re always optimizing their search engine.
Now, Google is expanding the program to help local businesses that use the tool, as well.
According to a blog post by Google’s VP of Product Development, Jeff Jarvis, the company is testing out a new way to help business owners who want to improve their search engines.
Jarvis explained that when the LSEO tool is enabled, Google will be able to automatically add a small “optimization box” on the bottom of your page, as long as your website is optimized for Google.
“You can then easily see the impact this has on your business,” Jarvis wrote.
“We’ll be rolling out more features and functionality in the near future.”
Google’s Local search engine has been around since 2007, and has helped many companies with various purposes.
It allows businesses to easily and quickly find the information they need, such as their search traffic and search advertising revenue.
But Google’s latest version of the tool is just getting started, and there is a lot of room for improvement.
In a recent post, Google noted that its local search results have a very low response rate when people try to search for keywords that are too similar.
According to Jarvis, that’s due to the lack of familiarity of search terms and their associations.
“There are many different ways to query the search engine, and we’re not sure how well the Lseo tool will work with them,” Jarvis said in the post.
“However, as we continue to improve the tool and understand the use cases for local search, we will continue to invest in improving the tool.”
For now, Google says the company will be testing out more local search functionality in Google Search Appliances, as part of the company’s search-optimizing efforts.