Google has added a new feature to some local panels, requesting user feedback to help keep Google’s listings up to date. It shows up for some searchers on the main page of the Google search results.
Here is what the box looks like, added to the bottom of the local panel:
When you click through, it takes you to a new version of the local panel, allowing the searcher to update or make changes to the listing.
It doesn’t seem to show up for all listings, and it isn’t clear what prompts it to come up – I have never been to this hotel personally. But it shows for another hotel I have been at:
And it doesn’t seem to trigger based on whether a listing is claimed or not either.
Here is how it looks when the entire panel is displayed:
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