[thelist] SEO and dynamic URL's

Michael Dinowitz mdinowit at gmail.com
Wed Jul 7 16:19:33 CDT 2004

That's just not true. I've got 10's of thousands of pages indexed by
Google alone and they're mostly dynamic. OK, I do use SES urls (search
engine safe), but I also have an ampersand in some of them. A SEO firm
that helped me out said that search engines will index a dynamic page
from a static one, but will not index a dynamic page from a dynamic
Point is, an url like:
will be indexed with no problem at all. Yes, I should change the
ampersand to something else but it's not at the top of my list. My top
thing to do is finish a paper on SES urls and how to do them
effectively. Anyone interested will find it in the next hour at
Houseoffusion.com and/or Fusionauthority.com

On Wed, 07 Jul 2004 16:46:36 -0400, Mr. Tenuta <dtportnoy at videotron.ca> wrote:
> Hi,
> I just ran into this and found it quite interesting.
> Grabbed the info from here http://www.submit-it.com/subopt.htm?tipq=1.2&subans=1
> " http://www.test.com/index.php?page=test
> If your URL contains any of the above elements it is very unlikely that it will get listed at any of the major search engines. We recommend that you submitting a different URL that is not dynamic if possible."
> I've been creating pages with php templates for faster loading time. Basically replacing an include to include that dynamic content. ex: include("/templates/" . $test . ".sht");
> Now i find out it's a big NO-NO. I have a new project at hand, and am now wondering how can I handle this situation another way? Should I just create a different page of includes each time instead of having it dynamic on one page?
> Any suggestions, help and info are welcome, thanks :)
> Lawrence
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