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I have an existing website that is achieving its goals, with roughly 1 in 10 people calling us. I think that my market is very geography and post code based i.e. someone in Islington N1 London will actually want someone from in or near that postcode to deliver the services.

When searching for the site, most people search for a generic \"book keepers\" or \"London bookkeeping\", no matter where they are, not something specific like \"Islington book keepers\" or \"N1 bookkeeping\".

I am trying to see if there is a way to get the website to recognise where people are actually searching from (maybe the address of their IP) and change the website to show the specific message for that postcode or group of postcodes.

The challenge is that my website is a 1-pager, and I don't want to move away from that format (though the content is totally up for change).

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