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My website has different google plus page in different location.

Usa Location : Location Page
https://plus.google.com/+TestingxpertsUS

Uk Location : Location Page

https://plus.google.com/+TestingxpertsUK

India Location : Brand Page

https://plus.google.com/+Testingxperts

But problem is when some one search testingxpertson google with any location Then always come Indian google plus page. I want when someone search in usa then usa business page will come, and when someone search uk the uk page will come.

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Hi Gaurav

There isn't a setting anywhere that can direct US-based searchers to the US office, unfortunately.

The first thing I would recommend is you set up an informative and unique page for each of the offices that provide customer facing services. You can then also have a Google My Business listing for each of those offices.

There is also a much stronger online presence for the Indian office, so a good citation campaign for each of the offices will likely help.

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There is one brand page and Others are location pages. If i promote location page more and get positive reviews on those pages then will they come in local searches with Geo location ? Let me know

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Hi Gaurav

That is in line with the suggestions made earlier. Remember to do the suggestions earlier as well.
Will that give you the specific result you're after? It's not possible to say. There are too many variables and much more research that would be required to give you a feel for what the expected results would be.

If you need that kind of analysis, consider engaging a local search expert.

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