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I own a Landscaping company in Vancouver BC, Canada. I service 3 main cities which are Surrey, Richmond and Vancouver.

Should I create three separate websites focused specifically on each city to dominate each city?

Dubai | 👁 1087 | Posted February 28, 2018 | Share on Facebook | Twitter | Google+

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8 Comments

bokehmon22 10 months ago

Can you use multiple GMB and link to the same website? Is there any penalty.

JonasPolskyAMA 10 months ago

Home>Landscaping Surrey>Landscaping Richmond>Landscaping Vancouver>About>Contact Us

BubblesUp 10 months ago

Stick with one site, and have a page called Service Area. On that page list the different areas you serve, and do so in detail. Do not just list the town names, but add college campuses, military bases, parks, and anything that will catch people's eye. Then have individual pages for each of the three cities you serve. On the nav bar, they should be nestled under Service Area, and you also link to them from the Service Area page. Make sure that your title tags and meta descriptions for these pages are unique and specific to the contents of the page. Good luck!

okhosting 10 months ago

Agree

ExpertBradSEO 10 months ago

You need multiple gmb's or you are just creating doorway pages. Do not do multiple websites.

beaglesbark2much 10 months ago

Your onpage structure needs to be good. 3 separate pages, Home (the main city or your location) plus two additional cities. Drive your incoming links into a niche page linking out to each of the other 3. Drive your specific city links to each individual page. Drive other high authority links to a general page and link out the cities. Multi-location SEO is pretty standard. Don't forget to have 3 separate GMB's all w/different telephone numbers...

TopPrimary 10 months ago

No, just create multiple pages.


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