To incorporate a table to your geo pages, the best thing to do is to login to your Content Management System (CMS) such as WordPress, Drupal, or Jumla and start to create a new webpage. However, you’re not actually going to publish a new page, you just want to create a table, grab the code, and then use the table code on your geo pages (if you’re an HTML coding wiz, you can code the table directly into the geo pages. The geo page generator exports all your geo page body text as HTML code anyway. So putting HTML code on your geo pages should work out fine).
Start by creating a table that looks exactly as you would like it to appear on your geo pages. Once the table is completely finished, switch to HTML text view so that you can see the code for your table. With nothing else on the page, the code will be easy to see and copy. Select all the code and copy it (pressing the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard followed by the “C” key – holding both keys down together for a moment). The table code will begin with “<table” and end with “</table>”. Select (highlight) and copy from the beginning to the end of these table coding tags (from “<table” to “</table>”).
Once you’ve copied the table code, you can paste it anywhere you’d like it to appear on your master geo page document. You can paste it into one of the paragraph cells in Columns 1, 2, and 3 using Ctrl + V on your keyboard (press the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard followed by the “V” key – holding both keys down together for a moment). If the table contains more than a few words of text, it would be a good idea to paraphrase the table text that appears in Columns 2 and 3 of your master geo page document in tab “1. Page Content”.
If you’d like to change some of the content in your tables based on the specific region or city they are appearing in, you can do this by posting tables into the cells of the <info> column on tab “2. City List & Extra Content”.
It’s always important to remember that Google expects each of your geo pages to be at least 30% different from all the rest of the pages on your website (and 30% different from all other webpages on the internet). So if you create tables, make sure to vary the text so that each of your geo pages ends up appearing as unique as possible.