In the 251st episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked why is the single page better than the separate page method.
The exact question was:
Hi Guys, . . . thanks again for your Hump Day help, as usual it is GREATLY appreciated (smile) . . . I know you mentioned previously that in ranking a local business site you no longer need to create a separate page for each keyword with the location, you can now create just a single page with all the keywords and the location and Google will rank that one page for all the keywords, but I was wondering if the “”single page method”” now ranks more effective than the “”separate page method”” or if the latter still works just as well but you recommend the “”single Page method”” only because it is easier and much less time consuming?