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    Demographic search results


    I have a category on my website which has multiple location pages ie /this-category/london, /this-category/manchester etc.

    I am confused as to why the search results for 'this category' [without any demographic search variable] return higher rankings for the /this-category/birmingham and not for the /this-category page.


    Any ideas?
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    Originally Posted by BookLive
    I have a category on my website which has multiple location pages ie /this-category/london, /this-category/manchester etc.

    I am confused as to why the search results for 'this category' [without any demographic search variable] return higher rankings for the /this-category/birmingham and not for the /this-category page.


    Any ideas?
    It sounds as though one is a stronger page than the other, did you check the SEOmoz values for each of the individual pages ? it can be a very useful tool.

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