Title / Heading Variations or Exact Match?

seoisgreat

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The client offers Massage, Yoga & Meditation.

If I set the title and heading for the landing page to "Massage, Yoga & Meditation in Miami" will it rank for "Massage Miami" or does the title and heading have to be exact match as the search phrase?
 

Blake Denman

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Why not create dedicated pages for each? Massage, Yoga, and Meditation are topically different. Then, your title tags can be very keyword specific and you will likely have more room to add something unique about the business.
 

pony

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The client offers Massage, Yoga & Meditation.

If I set the title and heading for the landing page to "Massage, Yoga & Meditation in Miami" will it rank for "Massage Miami" or does the title and heading have to be exact match as the search phrase?
Can you clarify whether you are trying to optimize for organic results or local results? Or maybe both?

From your question it sounds like you are talking about organic, but those types of queries ("product/service + [city]") have a very high likelihood that the user is going to click a local result as opposed to an organic result and that trend seems to be continually growing.
 

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