Using the dynamic locations feature

  • Getting started

    Sites Done Right provide a powerful dynamic location toolkit to use within your web pages. Your local SEO efforts can be boosted with less effort from your end.

    Simply adding the tag will replace any pages that support dynamic locations with the name of the location you’ve added.

    You can currently use dynamic locations on the following content types:

    • Pages (excluding your homepage)
    • Services
    • Solutions
    • Landing pages.
  • Example

    I am a plumber covering [ location before=”jobs in ” fallback=”work across the UK”].

    https://yourdomain.com/services/plumbers/ will show:

    I am a plumber covering work across the UK.

    https://yourdomain.com/services/plumbers/in/london/ will show:

    I am a plumber covering jobs in London.

  • What parameters are supported?

    The location tag supports 3 parameters, which are all optional:

    • before: what word would you like to appear before the location? this will only display if a valid location is found.
    • after: what word you like to appear after the location? this will only display if a valid location is found.
    • fallback: what word/phrase should be displayed if no location is found? default is blank.
  • Where can the location tag be used

    The location tag can be used in any of your content areas (including the spotlight) and also for your SEO Title and SEO Description.

  • Won't Google mind the duplicate content?

    As your page’s content will be substantially similar across locations, we automatically add a canonical tag to your location pages letting Google and other search engines know the original page that the content is based upon.