Thanks for the reply Quest...Yeah I suppose I could do that. I figured that targeting two different locations on the same site would lessen the strength of the first location...even though each page sort of has it's own ability to rank well for it's own particular keywords. I suppose I'll give that a try. I'm surprised there isn't more information out there regarding this. At least I couldn't find any. Thanks again for the reply.
Thanks for the reply Tom. I thought about creating a new site, but there are a couple of concerns with
that approach. From a branding standpoint, trying to market two identities seems a bit odd and may
come across a bit unprofessional (especially if both businesses are going to include the same design
portfolio pieces). I guess I'll weigh my options. Thanks.
Hello. I'm new to these forums but I wanted to ask a question I can't seem to find a lot of answers to on the web. What is the best way to handle SEO for a website after a move to a new city?
For example, I am a graphic designer in Nashville Tn. I rank well for terms like "Nashville graphic design", but I'm wondering what's the best method for maintaining solid web rank or building new web rank after a move? Is it possible to maintain rank in two different cities or does google frown upon that? How much of a drop in ranking is typical for original city keywords after a move or after trying to rank in a new city? These are just some of the questions I have regarding this. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.