Recently I was doing some location testing using Google. The purpose of the test was to find a place in the United States where I could expand the radius targeting more than 50-miles.
When you use Google targeting you are allowed to expand that radius only when your location had a small population density.
If your range has a high population count Google will force you to have a smaller target.
I tried many remote areas of the United States and the only place that I could expand the target range to 100-miles was Winnemucca, Nevada.
I am sure that there are places in Alaska that would qualify - but I wanted to test for a place in the lower 48-states.
Hopefully this helps someone else doing targeting testing using Google Locations.
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