Local Geo Search


The Local Geo Search plugin requires that you have an active account with us at https://localgeosearch.com/. You will
manage your terms/services and locations at the Local Geo Search site and the plugin will pull them into your site.

Get Started:

  • Sign up today at https://localgeosearch.com/ and we’ll connect you with a regional marketing team that can help you implement Local Geo Search into your online marketing strategy
  • Once you’re set up, add your terms, locations, and content
  • Hundreds of pages targeting your locations and key terms are added to your website and sitemap for indexing by search engines



  1. Upload the zip file in WordPress or unzip it and copy the geoseo directory into the wp-content/plugins directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‹Plugins› menu in WordPress
  3. Open the Local Geo Search tab and enter your authentication token from https://manage.localgeosearch.com/


Should I use Local Geo Search on my site?

If you run a business that serves customers locally, Local Geo Search can be a valuable tool in maximizing your website’s visibility on search engines. While the tool itself is powerful, it is only
one piece of a successful SEO plan. We can connect you with a regional team of marketing experts that can help you with an overarching online marketing strategy that leverages Local Geo Search.

Is the plugin free to use?

No. Local Geo Search requires an account to use. If you want to see it in action, we can connect you with a marketing team. If you are a marketing company and are interested in leveraging Local Geo Search
for your customers, we offer white label packages for branding and using Local Geo Search as a powerful tool in your SEO for clients.

How many pages will Local Geo Search create on my site?

It depends on the plan that you and your marketing team decide is best for your website. In the end, the number of created pages = 1 + ((number of terms) * (number of locations)) + (number of terms) + (number of locations)

Do the pages that get created look like my site?

Yes! The Local Geo Search pages use the same theme the rest of your site uses and includes all of the html head tags that your site includes. Like any other page, you can embed videos and images too!

Can Local Geo Search alone get my website top page results?

We cannot guarantee top page results for your key terms and locations. Page ranking depends on how competitive your keywords and industry are, and other algorithms. We have seen great results and can make the best suggestions for you to see success.


3. September 2016
So far, I’ve tried out the Local Geo Search for one of my clients. It has proven to be a big time saver in generating keyword focused content targeted as various locations. Normally I do this all manually, which is quite time-consuming. I look forward to future updates with more custom options in the future. Definitely worth giving a try!
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Contributors & Developers

“Local Geo Search” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Fix 404 issue in some pages.


  • Decouple current post value from post ID.


  • Override page or post ID option


  • Support for AIOSEO v4 (breaking change)


  • fixed dynamic pages not appearing in sitemap XML generated by yoast seo
  • fixed dynamic pages not appearing in sitemap XML generated by AllInOneSEO


  • prevent illegal characters in url slug


  • caching updates
  • tested against WordPress 4.7.4


  • fixed extra spacing before php code causing some sites to capture it as an early header output


  • general bug fixes
  • corrected URL to use WordPress home_url instead of WordPress site_url to solve issues when WordPress has it’s own install directory
  • tested against WordPress 4.6


  • template redirect to force use of the page template rather than another randomly chosen theme content type
  • tested against WordPress 4.5


  • prevent redirects to homepage occurring on some sites caused when core wordpress redirect_guess_404_permalink() fails to accept the dynamically generated LGS page


  • modified sitemap caching mechanism to prevent duplication on network sites


  • changed sitemap generation to use full url instead of absolute path – fixes issue on network WordPress sites


  • added method for forcing LGS cache flush


  • removed error_log manual reporting


  • completed testing against WordPress version 4.4.2
  • fixed duplicate titles on Jupiter theme
  • fixed title tag on Local Geo Search pages being overwritten by title of blog post with database id=1


  • completed testing against WordPress version 4.4.1


  • prevent featured image of a blog post with a database id=1 from displaying on Local Geo Search dynamically generated pages


  • fixed plugin authentication when wordpress site url includes a path in addition to the domain


  • fixed plugin authentication when wordpress site url includes a path in addition to the domain


  • fixed fatal error triggered in Jupiter themes caused by stdClass/array casting
  • fixed dynamic pages not appearing in sitemap XML generated by yoast seo


  • Fixed issue that caused link pages to duplicate content when using certain themes


  • Updated canonical tags


  • Updated slug regex so that the slug must match the page request exactly to hijack the page


  • Fixed incorrect h1 tags in content


  • Fixed more definitions to enable plugin to work with PHP 5.3x


  • Fixed array definition to enable plugin to work with PHP 5.3x


  • Patched AllInOne sitemap integration bug


  • Patched caching in upgrade


  • Breaks backwards compatibility. If you already have the plugin installed, you will have to reauthenticate using the new method
  • New authentication method with single token tied to specfic website instead of username password
  • Site URL must match URL saved in Local Geo Search
  • Enhanced integration with AllInOneSEO sitemap.xml
  • Decreased required cloud calls per Local Geo Search page load


  • Usbility tweaks
  • Uniform trailing slashes


  • Public release of Local Geo Search WordPress plugin