In episode 249 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the estimated radius a search needs to be from a business before a GMB listing drops out of the 3-pack ranking.
The exact question was:
Hi Guys, without your help on these Hump Days, us customers would be lost, so thank you VERY much again (smile) . . . . The distance from the local searcher to the business is one of the main ranking factors that Google now uses for GMB listings. I know that each geo location is completely different so there is no real rule whatsoever, but what is your best guess as to the ballpark radius a searcher needs to be from a business before the business is likely to drop out of the 3-Pack, and are the GMB listings that show when you click “”more”” listed in order of their “”ranking factors”” or just randomly? (smile)