May 19, 2016
Hi there

I am currently developing a site for a local handyman.
His main location is A but he also wants to target neighbouring areas B and C for the keyword "Handyman".
I told him that we may achieve the snack pack for area A (although it will take a while) since this is the location of his business but it is highly unlikely he well ever achieve the snack pack for area B and C.

I am planning on including the name of location A on the home page of his site so the meta title will be "handyman in A" and build separate pages for location B & C following the same principle.
Is that the best approach? or should I build a home page without mentioning a location in the title and build 3 separate pages, 1 for each location?

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