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But will anybody care? Are there any methods of geotagging websites that have momentum? And if so, are we destined to see another flood of SEO spam, with millions of doorway pages so geocoded?
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So far, I haven't found any definitive webmaster guidelines which describe how to tag your pages best so they would be picked up by local search engines.
Let me know if you can find anything useful!
So it's getting some momentum. I'm looking to extend the concept beyond points, to areas (Example: the website for a National Park should be tagged with the boundary of the park).
But the usual metadata qualities issues apply. For example there is a mirror image of the USA in Asia at Multimap -- because people get the sign wrong on their coordinates.