Thanks for your reply!
Not sure what you mean. :)
If you search for term "New York SEO" (example), there's a Google 3-pack displayed.
Anyway, I can't show up in this listing since I don't have an address there. The city pages I want to create have the purpose of getting rankings in the...
Thanks for your answer Phil! :)
I did some competitor research and noticed that many other sites using this strategy successfully:
Targeting different city keyword phrases and ranking on the first page of Google (organic results). They don't have office addresses at the city they target!
Thanks for your reply Eric!
I am aware of the on-page SEO, keyword research, link building & other aspects needed in order to get good "organic" rankings (we're not speaking about the Google 3 pack here).
Regarding OPTION 1 & 2 (= site structure/architecture for Local SEO) as I mentioned in...
Thanks Eric for your reply!
Also, I am wondering what would be best practice regarding structure of my city pages:
OPTION 1 - Let's see you want to rank for keyword 'Search Marketing New York' & our website has already a general page explaining what Search Marketing exactly is.
- I am planning to create USA city pages, though I don't live in this country.
- We offer online marketing services.
- Those city pages will get rankings within Google organic search (this is NOT Google's 3 pack).
- We don't have a local USA address, but use a local USA city phone...