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Is my internal links too much the same

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Msg#: 4539998 posted 7:26 pm on Jan 28, 2013 (gmt 0)

HI, my field is a field where people will search adding a location such as Ontario blue widget, Alberta blue widget etc.? My site is Canadian so people will use all the provinces and main cities with the keywords.

I have about 50 different keywords. They have all a pages for every provinces and cities. Now in my internal navigation, I have only the name of the province or city so that makes a lot the same internal links ex: Ontario can be about 50 times linking to 50 different pages and about the same for pretty much every provinces and cities. I am not sure I it would be perceived by search engine?

Furthermore, I do not want to do ex: Ontario blue widget, Alberta blue widget etc. for every provinces and cities. It would look like keyword stuffing.

Any idea how It would be best to make my navigation optimal without looking spammy?

One idea I had was to create some of these navigations in the content. It would be doable for me for a lot of them.



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Msg#: 4539998 posted 4:44 am on Jan 29, 2013 (gmt 0)

Do a Forums search for the word "breadcrumb(s)". There's a very recent thread whose title doesn't sound at all like yours but the underlying question was the same.

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