KimW

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Hello,

What is best practice for a business that travels to several different cities to perform audiology services? Should they have Google My Business service pages created for each location?

Thanks,

Kim
 

Tim Kahlert

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Hi KimW!

I would definitely go for service area optimized pages on your website that are filled with local information. Such as:
business.com/service-areas/chicago/towing-service
business.com/service-areas/chicago/roadside-assistance
You can obviously find another structure that fits your business better. It just has to make sense from your customers´perspective.
Your organic SEO will deliver powerful indications to Google to even improve your local rankings.
 

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Hi KimW!

I would definitely go for service area optimized pages on your website that are filled with local information. Such as:
business.com/service-areas/chicago/towing-service
business.com/service-areas/chicago/roadside-assistance
You can obviously find another structure that fits your business better. It just has to make sense from your customers´perspective.
Your organic SEO will deliver powerful indications to Google to even improve your local rankings.


Thank you Tim# but I am looking for best practices regarding Google My Business pages for a service business. I don't think it's correct to create pages for each city they frequent but was looking for a second opinion.
 

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Thank you Tim# but I am looking for best practices regarding Google My Business pages for a service business. I don't think it's correct to create pages for each city they frequent but was looking for a second opinion.

Ah gotcha! Nah, I'd just add your standard services to GMB and let your website create geo indications so that your customers can find you from your serving areas. Or is there a major difference in your services when you serve your customers in different areas?
 

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Ah gotcha! Nah, I'd just add your standard services to GMB and let your website create geo indications so that your customers can find you from your serving areas. Or is there a major difference in your services when you serve your customers in different areas?
The services are the same for the cities they frequent. Its a hearing instrument specialist who is mobile. Thanks for the reply!
 

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