1) Can be used to describe any web-based data about a business that is not published by the business itself. 2) In reference to Google’s local products, “third-party” is often used to refer to data stemming from any location other than a business’s website or its Google My Business listing.
By Chad Klingensmith|2018-12-12T16:33:10-08:00December 12, 2018|
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