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Town/City/County landing pages for a local service provider on a single website

Discussion in 'Local SEO' started by sully1975, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. sully1975

    sully1975 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I heard Silo was the way to go and am looking into it. However, I have plenty of townships to advertise in. How does it work synergistically between the geolocation and the trade service?

    For example do I have a County Page in the State with Bucks County and then a semi-generic town listing of Bensalem, Warminster, Bristol, Etc.... with township data spun/rewritten? Do I include a trade like Plumbing Problems in Bensalem followed by internal links to Underslab Leaks, Clogged Drains, bathroom remodeling as the non specific?

    Would it pay to have a residential plumbing page for the town too? Where do I wind up in doorway and gateway pages with bad news like a penalty? Is their a hierarchy to this?
     
  2. Mikaelo

    Mikaelo Regular Member

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    Ranking for multiple suburbs without a physical location there is always tricky i have found, especially with newer sites.

    If the towns are competitive i would suggest trying to add some location specific pages filled with testimonials or any prior work in the area. Do not use spun/shitty content as these pages are quite valuable when they begin to perform well. The URL structure would look like residentialplumber/plumbing-services/plumbing-work-bristol or similar.

    Best of luck!