Google Moves Local Search to Home Page

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NEW YORK Google said it added a link to its local search engine on its home pages in the United States and Canada in an effort to introduce the service to more consumers.

The Google home page, which drew 67 million U.S. visitors last month, now carries links to Google Local, Google’s shopping search engine Froogle, user groups and image and news search.

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