Structuring for multiple locations

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Structuring for multiple locations
« on: 08-14-2013, 13:32:23 »
I have a website for a small business that focuses on a city... I'm trying to find the best way to target the boroughs and maybe even smaller neighborhoods of the boroughs. For example, the website targets NYC and we have a locations page that mentions NYC, as well as in the page titles. I'm looking for a way to target more specific areas and not sure where to place/mention them on the site.

Also, say I want to have the same website but for a different state (2nd location)... what would be the best way to go about that? Subdomains? I know that if I have two site with identical content (apart from locations), they may be penalized or blacklisted by the search engines. Can't seem to figure this one out.

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Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

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Re: Structuring for multiple locations
« Reply #1 on: 08-09-2019, 04:57:29 »
    Create individual corporations/LLCs. First, there's no limit to how many corporations or LLCs one person can form. ...
    Put DBAs under one corporation/LLC. ...
    Create a business under the holding company.


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