joined:Mar 26, 2006
My client produces and sells certain high quality consumer products, and delivers them to 30 or so towns within a single U.S. metropolitan area. I want to make it easy for the customer to find the page that tells them that my client delivers to their town.
There will be a main product page that will serve as the landing page for the products as a whole. That main product page will describe the product generally, and link to the individual products that can be purchased online. From that main product page I would like to clone landing pages for each town to which the client delivers.
Page Titles for these pages would be something like this:
“Clientco delivers widgets to Buyer Town 1 (zip code:12345)”
“Clientco delivers widgets to Buyer Town 2 (zip code:12346, 12347)”
Within the body of these main product landing pages there will also be a sentence that states that the client delivers to the particular town. The sentence would include that town’s zip codes. The rest of the text and images on each of these landing pages would the same on all of the main product landing pages. In other words, the only difference in content within each of the landing pages would be the name of the town and its zip codes.
The URLs for these pages would also be tailored to each town something like:
By doing this am I likely to run afoul of Google’s duplicate content rules?