Google and Zagat Introduce Google+ Local
Last September, we reported that Zagat had been acquired by Google, and today, the popular restaurant guide and the massive Internet-based company have launched a new program that will help viewers find information on local dining spots.
An email sent to us indicates that "Google+ Local" was rolled out today, with the program allowing Google+ users to access user reviews, photos, maps and other information (including food, decor, and service scores) on restaurants from the Zagat site, with the info being free to anyone who is a member of Google+. In addition, reviews of restaurants from folks who are in users' circles on Google+ will be placed at the top, above reviews from people who are not in their circles.
To learn more about the new Google+ Local program, please go to the link below:
Local - Now With a Dash of Zagat and a Sprinkle of Google+
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