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Old July 26th, 2005, 05:34 PM
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I recently got the ASP.Net Website Programming: Problem * Design *Solution book. i got most of it working. Big question...when you have a page that is created on the fly how do you overcome the problem of search engines not searching each dynamic page in the site? I have tried to use a similar architecture and it seriously messed up the search engine results for my site. It is good for maintenance, but bad for search engine rankings.
 
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There are all kinds of HTML meta tag and header stuff you can put in your pages that tell search bots/spiders not to index your pages. I don't know off hand what they all are but try googling "pragma nocache" and that should get you started.

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The key is "dynamic" Do Googles spiders/bots/whatever go through dynamic data also?

here is my scenario... The website I built has an single file that contains all the mettadata and such for each page. The content is dynamically created. It seems that Google gives it a lower ranking because it does not go through and connect the content with the meta-data and is reading the site as if it was only one page.
 
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Search Engine Optimization is a real big issue these days, there are thousands of article on the web on this issue. You may find some good resources at

http://www.seochat.com/

http://forums.seochat.com/



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Fast Loading web site designs is the number 1 tip that every web designer should follow. You might design a web site that looks fantastic but few people are going to see it if it takes a long time to load. Your designs should be optimized for the web and should not take more than 15 seconds to load. Remember, you might have a great design but very few people are going to see it if it takes a long time to load. You might want to consult a professional web developer or a website designer.
(need to know how to create turnkey websites ?)




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