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In this week’s edition of Ask An SEO, Mehmet from Adana, Turkey, writes:
“Hello there. I own a business that provides cleaning services and serves about 120 different neighborhoods.
I want to create a separate article for each of the city, district, neighborhood, and service searches. Is this the right local strategy and what should the link structure look like?”
Your question refers to articles and link structure, so we’ll focus on that today.
But I want to make sure this isn’t your only local search strategy.
A comprehensive local SEO strategy is also going to include:
- Your Google Business Profile (formerly GMB) and other local listings on search engines, directories, etc.
- Local reviews monitoring and management.
- Local keyword research and localized content.
- Paid search or social as needed to augment your organic performance.
Wherever customers are searching for services like yours, you want to be there and either convert them immediately or direct them to your desired URL to learn more.
So let’s talk about the idea of putting together a separate article for each city, district, neighborhood, and service.
Local Articles For Each Service & Area?
That sounds like a whole lot of work and not an awesome user experience for your...
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