We All Want To Shop Local But Britain's Small Companies Say Google Search Favors National Brands


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It's Local Business Week here in the U.K. but those of who aim to celebrate the event by buying from a neighborhood trader may well find that Google search tends to favor big brands. Christine Telyan of Euni tells Trevor Clawson how small companies can climb the Google rankings.
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