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Brand pages vs location pages and not wanting to lose reviews

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Greetings,

 

I am working with a new client that has a brand page and two location pages.
We are posting to the Brand page - https://plus.google.com/+Greatdaymoving/posts?gmbpt=true&hl=en

 

Here are the location pages: 

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=Great%20Day%20Moving%207449%20Broadway%20St%20Kansas%20City&ludocid=...

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=Great%20Day%20Moving%203200%20Merriam%20Lane%20Kansas%20City&ludocid...

 

Should we get rid of the location pages and only keep the brand page or link them? The reviews seem to be attached to the location page and they don't want to lose them.  

 

Thank you in advance for help!

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March 2017

Re: Brand pages vs location pages and not wanting to lose reviews

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Hi Kenna,
From a strategic standpoint, you could leave the brand page as it is, and just update the local pages.
(You could also merge the brand page into the Kansas City local listing)

Since this is a local company, it makes more sense to keep the local pages for the reviews and maps listing.

Hope this helps
Ben Fisher, Google My Business Top Contributor
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Re: Brand pages vs location pages and not wanting to lose reviews

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Hi Kenna,
From a strategic standpoint, you could leave the brand page as it is, and just update the local pages.
(You could also merge the brand page into the Kansas City local listing)

Since this is a local company, it makes more sense to keep the local pages for the reviews and maps listing.

Hope this helps
Ben Fisher, Google My Business Top Contributor
Was my response helpful? If yes, please mark it as the ‘Best Answer.’ Learn how here.

Find me on: Google+ | Twitter and Founder at Steady Demand - Social SEO