Google is rolling out LBC Dashboard across Europe

Update 9/9/09: Viewers have spotted in India(!), Italy & UK as well. But still no reports from Canada :(

Martijn Beijk (Local Search Optimization) and Arjan Snaterse (Technical SEO Blog) have informed me that Google, starting late yesterday, has been rolling out the Local Business Center data rich Dashboard across Europe. Martijn noted on Twitter that he had seen “listings in Netherlands and Spain and they were active 4 both of these countries. Usually this means a big rollout.”
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The data rich dashboard for the LBC was rolled out in June of this year in the US. Since that time stats have been missing outside the US since that time. Can Canada be far behind?

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17 thoughts on “Google is rolling out LBC Dashboard across Europe”

  1. Kunal

    That’s great, now if we could only get Jim Rudnick his stats in Canada, all would be well with the world.

  2. Yes I can confirm that in the UK as well – it would be great if the stats were available for longer than a month.

  3. It does seem to be everywhere but Canada doesn’t it. I would not think it a plot on the part of Google unless it shows up in Peru or Ecuador before you guys get it. :)

  4. @Rasmus

    It appears that you are in the same category (or lack there of) as Canada. The odd men out as it were.

    Well, given a choice, I would rather have single payer, national health care than the data rich Dashboard. :)

    Mike

  5. @Rasmus

    Just remind them that I am paying upwards of 20% of my income annually for the privilege of not going bankrupt due to emergency medical bills, that should quiet them for a while :).

    When I add up the life time costs of the little stuff (healthcare, college education, retirement) your taxes don’t look so high after all. :)

  6. @mike

    – I’ll include your quote in our next offer – and see if that has an effect :)

    And I can only agree on your view on taxes – even though they are extreemly high…

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