Something a client has raised with regards to a new site I'm doing for them, and related to their current site and Google's listings for their various pages...
Currently they have a page for each of their location, and then sub-pages for each of the services offered by that location.
From a usability perspective with the amount of content they have, it would be FAR better to have this services information on a single location page.
They are worried about losing the SEO "juice" for these sub-pages, but I have advised them we can easily do a 301 redirect for those pages, but I do have one question I think I know but am not 100% certain about:
Does having multiple pages (one with general location info, sub-pages for the location's services) result in more SEO "juice" overall than having a single page with all this info on it? Or will a single page of well written and hierarchically constructed content be just as effective as multiple pages?