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Company with multiple offices - how to deal with contact page (google local)

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by schmarckq, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. schmarckq

    schmarckq Newbie

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    Hi Guys,

    Im doing SEO for a global insurance company on their .com website.

    I was wondering what is the right structure for contact details and office locations. Should i make 1 contact page with the addresses of all the offices, or should these be on separate pages?
    i.e.: moneysite / contact
    or:
    moneysite / contact - hong kong
    money site / contact - singapore
    money site / contact - UAE
    money site / contact - UK etc etc?

    Also, how would i deal with the footer info? Just add our main office NAP or all of the offices? I have 4 different locations on Google local, which show if I look up the brand name on their specific google (.hk / .sg / .ae / .co.uk)

    We're in the process of redesigning and moving each site to a local TLD with localized content, but that will take at least a few more months to roll out.
     
  2. BlueSteele

    BlueSteele Regular Member

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    Footer, get those 4 addresses on it, and mark it up in schema business mark up. Name, Address, Phone.

    Contact page, if it were I, I would have a single contact page and put all of them on it, with a little map above each. Mark them all up like the footer.

    Good luck!

    -Adam
     
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  3. todman2112

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    It's important to have all information clearly posted, so add all on the contact page, even thought they have multiple offices.