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Title: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: Alex Thompson on May 10, 2013, 02:01:35 AM
Hello Friends
Please give me answer.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: petersmith5544 on July 22, 2013, 06:11:28 AM
Global searches = searches worldwide, the number is the monthly average from the last 12 months

Local searches = searches from the last month, from the country you selected
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: realestateindia on July 22, 2013, 08:55:57 AM
Global searches are the worldwide searches
but
Local searches are the searches from the country you selected.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: Roopa on May 30, 2014, 02:55:11 AM
Local SEO concentrates on building keyword placement in a particular area.
A Global SEO campaign attempts to gain topical placement for certain keywords despite location.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: Unitranspackers on September 01, 2017, 07:37:44 AM
Thanks for your Advice...:)
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: Jeffscott on October 24, 2017, 10:21:13 PM
Global searches is already given while local searches pertaining on the specific region or location of respected country.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: martindam on February 15, 2018, 01:49:15 AM
A word-processing activity in which a total PC document or set of records is looked for each event of a specific word or other succession of characters.
Local search can be utilized on issues that can be figured as finding an answer boosting a standard among various competitor arrangements.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: praveenitech1 on February 22, 2018, 02:07:57 AM
Global searches are the worldwide searches but Local searches are the searches from the country you selected.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: Davidsmith0143 on April 27, 2018, 03:22:47 AM
Global search means search engine lists all the links related to the entered keyword from all over the world wide web. As per for local search in it the search engine only lists the website links of local geographical location from entered keyword. for example if i enter the restaurants near me then it will only search for the restaurants available around me. and if i just enter restaurants then it will show all restaurant sites from all over the world.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: robertdavid718 on July 12, 2019, 01:34:54 AM
The main difference between global search and local search is folowing.
Local search algorithms will not always find the correct or optimal solution.
global search algorithms will always find the correct or optimal solution.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: ilyasgohar on August 28, 2019, 10:28:01 AM
Global Search SEO

To target audiences around the world, you use global SEO. The practice requires more, since you are going to optimize for varied cultures, languages, consumer behaviors, local policies and Internet regulations in your marketing techniques and messages.

Local  Search SEO

On the other hand, local SEO is more for businesses with physical outlets in a country, state or city that maintain a website. Search engines rely on networks for business information, local directories and customer reviews to base the website ranking for local searches.
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: vinitha on October 21, 2019, 03:44:14 AM
Equally, the performance of a global search technique should be less dependent on its initial position(s). Whereas a local search technique will target nearby local optima, global search techniques should be able to find (local) optima anywhere in the search space
Title: Re: What is Global and Local Search?
Post by: Arjun75020 on November 01, 2019, 05:52:40 AM
A search technique which always reaches the same locally optimal solution from the same starting point is probably a local search technique. Equally, the performance of a global search technique should be less dependent on its initial position(s).