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nicoco

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Hi all. This may have been answered before but I couldn't find anything about it.

What is the best practice for optimizing service page headers and page titles for a service area business (let's say plumber) that is trying to be found for new locations (3 to 4)?
For a single-location business I usually include the name of the location I want to rank for on all service pages "boiler repair Glendale" "blocked sink Glendale"and so on

If I create a new location page to target the nearby location of "Pasadena" for example, what should the page title header be? I was thinking of using the main service "Plumber Pasadena" and list the main services provided on the page. These would link back to the existing service pages but it doesn't make a lot of sense since they are optimised for Glendale and rank well. However I don't want to create dedicated service pages for Pasadena because the content is likely to be very similar. 🤷‍♀️

Many thanks
 
If I create a new location page to target the nearby location of "Pasadena" for example, what should the page title header be? I was thinking of using the main service "Plumber Pasadena" and list the main services provided on the page. These would link back to the existing service pages but it doesn't make a lot of sense since they are optimised for Glendale and rank well. However I don't want to create dedicated service pages for Pasadena because the content is likely to be very similar.
I would test out a page for Pasedena. It can be similar to the Glendale page because they target different geographic locations.

You might find this article useful - Can Service Area Pages With Duplicate or Similar Content Increase Traffic? - Sterling Sky Inc

And this one - How to Create Unique and Helpful Service Area Pages for Local Businesses - Sterling Sky Inc
 

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