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SEO for dynamic web pages

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by eddie_v, Feb 24, 2013.

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  1. eddie_v

    eddie_v Junior Member

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    hi

    Can i have comments from some seo experts here as to how to optimize a website which doesnt have any static data. All the data is created on the fly. The website extracts information from other websites based on user search query and then directs the user to teh appropriate site base on the click link. This is basically a search engine but in a niche.

    Any help will be much appreciated

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    I'd really need to see your URL to give you any actionable advice. (you can PM me if you like)

    Generally speaking, Google's not a fan of dynamically generated pages so that's going to impair your success from the beginning. Also, sites which primarily rely on auto-generated pages may be looking at stiff penalties soon... There was a recent webmaster video by Matt Cutts talking about these phone number sites that spawn pages for every possible phone number and he gently indicated Google's going to be going after such sites soon.

    In general, some notes for sites like this you need to focus on what I call "Core Building" as in don't focus so much on sub pages, but about building a strong link profile aimed at bumping your domain's PR using high quality links in mass volume. It can be expensive and difficult and really requires a serious analysis to be performed for effective implementation.

    Optionally, you can have a blog or articles section and use CSL (cross-site-linking) strategies within your content to create overlapping lines to targeted pages.

    To some degree you might run into issues such as your site being penalized for:
    - too much dynamic content
    - duplicate content if your dynamic pages are very similar
    - you may need to block the dynamic sections of your site

    If you want to actually rank your dynamic pages that's a whole separate issue and you'll likely need to get into some black hat advanced cloaking strategies.