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(Advise needed) How much new pages per day

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by talruum, Dec 27, 2010.

  1. talruum

    talruum Junior Member

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    Hey there, I need some advise from you expert guys.

    I have 2 sites that I'll publish this new year. One is my old ecommerce, that have 3000 products (pages) on it, but rebranded and with a new domain. (Ok, I don't care I lose my old PR/indexing, its already done, so no tears. Did it because we split the partnership of our company).

    And the other one, is a web directory that I have programmed. I got ~ 500k websites/descriptions that I can post in minutes.

    Google is already indexing my sites fast (1-2 days a new page arrive on google). And for now, I'm not thinking about my ranking, just to be indexed.

    I'm a programmer, so I have learned how to make the computer do the dirty work for me, BUT:

    - How Google see this?
    - If my site have near zero pages on a day, and 2 days later have 1000 pages. Google will penalize me for something?
    - What do you recommed to me?
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  2. masteraffmarket

    masteraffmarket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    google want penalize you because you have a lot of pages indexed, google is the one crawling them
    so that would be counterproductive
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  3. talruum

    talruum Junior Member

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    Ok, thats for web directory.

    But what about the ecommerce site? Google don't have the content I have. We own private information from the resellers, not indexed on the web yet. Google will hurt me if I publish 1000 products/day?
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