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Different pages SERP, same keywords

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by GoObaAhH!, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. GoObaAhH!

    GoObaAhH! Newbie

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    First off, let me apologize in advance for what might be super noob questions. Hey, everyone has to start somewhere... am I right? :china:

    So here's the situation. I've recently completely redesigned my website with strong seo. This includes, keywords, links to root, titles, metas, etc etc. Almost all metas and titles are unique per page. Content is good, keyword density good. Currently I have very few backlinks, but that isn't my concern just yet.

    So, when I search my keywords, 3-5 different pages come up. Keep in mind, all pages have somewhat related content... so somewhat understandable. But is there a way I can aggregate these results to one SERP instead of 5? Say... root?

    Hope that makes sense and any help is extremely appreciated. :eek:
     
  2. GoObaAhH!

    GoObaAhH! Newbie

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    No replies? Is this a completely, ridiculously stupid question or have a baffled everyone.... ?
     
  3. Mises

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    Several of your pages show up in SERPs and you are complaining about that?
     
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    that is noramal because Google think that pages are relevant to that keyword. One thing you can do is that you can give a link with targeted page from other pages.
     
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  5. GoObaAhH!

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    I wouldn't say it's a complaint, per se. Its just, as I track my competitors, their results seem to be finite to 1 single strong SERP. Instead of a few. So, I guess a more appropriate question would be... pros/cons?

    From somewhere else out there, someone told me reducing my sitemap to the most basic, common high level links should do the trick -- links that are on the highest node only. bs or not?