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question on search results geo based and brands

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Marcink99, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    Since google uses location to show search results how would a person go about seoing for multiple cities?

    for example

    chicago moving services
    new york moving services
    miami moving services

    Would a person need to create a seprate pages for each location and throw links at it with city + keyword ? or just create one page "moving services in the title " and put somwhere in content all the city names? and than throw links with city + keyword?


    also how do I go about seoing for a brands? for example car repair + brand, ford,honda etc..... seprate page for each keywords?

    I noticed some people jsut put various city names at the buttom of the pages.... I dont think that is the best way..

    Having city in the title + keyword would be batter but not sure what would bet the best way to go about it......

    also how would I go about seoing for a brand + keyword for example car repair honda,ford,bmw etc.... would I need seprate page for each brand?
     
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  2. Endire

    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    Marcink99,

    You have answered your own questions. Doing SEO for a localized term means (in terms of onsite) using keyword + city name. You definitely want to optimize individual pages when doing this. Google (and other engines) rank pages individually and not websites as a whole. So build a page around each keyword phrase (including city name + keyword in content architecture and page copy). You can follow the same theme for branding.

    Here is a pretty good post on a local seo case study,

    http://www.seobook.com/local-seo-case-study

    Hope that helps you,

    Shawn