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Best way to display Generated Content...

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by -=JFK=-, Oct 14, 2009.

  1. -=JFK=-

    -=JFK=- Newbie

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    I want others to weigh-in their opinions on which method would be better.

    Let's say I have 7k pages of content and two options of generating the content.

    1. Dynamically generate content each time Google or visitor views the page. Each page refresh the content will change.

    2. Generate 7k pages of content and store in DB. When each page is visited the content will be pulled from database. If each page is refreshed the content will not change.

    Do you think Google will weigh each method differently? Perhaps having the pages auto generate different content (#1) on each page refresh will look "bad" to Google and negatively effect ranking/indexing?

    Let me know your thoughts, please.

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    -=JFK=- Newbie

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    Seriously, no one has any suggestions or opinions?

    I'm not looking for a definitive answer... perhaps we can talk it out and form a conclusion.

    What about if I put a dancing cow below? Will that entice people to share comments?

    :cow_yelloIt's worth a try.



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  3. caisy

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    The second option will definitely work out better. The whole point of search engines is that they are trying to index content. If your content always changes their index will only reflect the latest scrape they have done.
     
  4. satyawrat

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     with all those articles and your template in about 4 hours. Hit me up if you want it. Also, this would be better as Google will index all the pages differently resulting in better traffic. with sitemap and Dynamic navigation as all articles will not fit in. The homepage will change every day making google think that your website is being constantly updated thus increasing your status!
     
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    Hey, from doing cloaking for a few years now and paying *close* attention to the googlebot I can offer the following:

    Be very careful about creating a website where *every single page* changes totally each time it is viewed. New content is good but I doubt there is a website on the planet which displays totally different content for each page each time it is viewed.

    Even the latest news websites do not do this (For example CNN has it's pages archived and then only certain sections are updated on the homepage / latest news etc).

    From experience, doing this would raise a red flag bigger then the one that hangs over the Kremlin in Russia.

    Fresh content is good but this might be a tad extreme.

    I liked the dancing cow, nice touch :)
     
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    Right on MDSOperandi!!!!!

    Thanks for the VERY useful input. I thought this thread was going to be dead (that rhymed!!).

    You made some very good points/observations. I have adopted the approach of generating the main content for the 7k+ pages and stored them in DB. This way, they will be keyword rich and hopefully not suspect. I hope to add some additional content that is common (static) to all the pages to allow for more organic/real look.

    Most definitely trying to avoid the commie Red Flag! :D

    FYI... if you liked the dancing cow... this should blow your mind...
    :ridinghorha!

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  7. krnworld

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    I experimented this long time back. Try 2 second option as this is what SEs want. Changing entire content everytime is not good. Or try this keep 70% of the content of the page constant and refresh 30% of the content. This will help and you will see good results.
     
  8. errabbaa

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    I have make this in one off my small blogs, i found difficult to index pages in google..