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looking to index an ecommerce site's pages

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by stukie crisp, May 1, 2011.

  1. stukie crisp

    stukie crisp Registered Member

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    So I have this Ecommerce client, and I need to index ALL of their pages. Is there a tool out there that can crawl through the entire site (not just the first few thousands of pages) and get me a nice list of links for me to ping?

    thanks in-advance folks!


    Stukie
     
  2. appliedscience

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    linklicious always gets my sites crawled and indexed quickly
     
  3. Ashique

    Ashique Newbie

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    If you are doing SEO and if not all pages are indexed i suggest you change the navigation of the site. If this is not possible get hold of all the pages and create a required number of html or xml rss (unique category pages in a single rss) and place them in the homepage. (something like at the bottom of every thread in bhw)


    And then you might want to ping, bookmark and submit to RSS aggregation sites.

    Hope it helps. :)
     
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  4. stukie crisp

    stukie crisp Registered Member

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    you mean create an RSS feed for each product categroy? say all the towel products in an rss feed called towels? that kind of thing?
     
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    I know its an older post, but wondering what you were able to accomplish.

    I am currently looking through the threads on ecommerce seo stuff, as I am building one myself.

    Please share any helpful hints on what you've done.