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What is the best way to index 45,000 product pages?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by ProtoProtoss, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. ProtoProtoss

    ProtoProtoss Junior Member

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    I have recently created a script to run through a product feed for my online store in which I generated a page for each product individually that all link back to my homepage. I'm wondering what the BEST way is to get all of these pages indexed. Should I just upload it all to a server and ping it all, or upload in bunches like 500 today, 500 tomorrow, etc. and ping slow, send to a bunch of different free host, etc. etc.

    I need to get as many of them listed as possible in hopes to get first page for direct searches on these products as an experiment.
     
  2. tmaggs

    tmaggs Newbie

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    What are you doing about dupe content?
     
  3. Jasonlf

    Jasonlf Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Pingfarm.com will take your list of urls at once and run them 500 at a time till done.
     
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    Nothing. Only thing duped at all is the base url reference before /addtocart.php all the rest is from the descriptions. I might see if I can get something to auto-spin everything
     
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    I was reasercing this and i guess its better and more safer to do it in smaller sections

    Thnx
     
  6. milian

    milian Power Member

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    Adding them all to the sitemap.xml should help.
     
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    You have submit your all product page URL in any high qulaity sites and share your products information..
     
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    panda23 Regular Member

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    If you don't mind spending some bucks, lindexed and linklicous do the magic!
     
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    You should first add them all to the sitemap.xml because Google will start indexing them automatically.Secondly list your business in top business directories like Hot Frog,Yelp, Yellow Pages and Ping them slowly (Approx 500 per day).
     
  10. Linkstar

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    The best way to get more pages indexed is to increase the PR of your site, the more PR you have, the more juice you have moving around internally the more pages you can get indexed.

    The other way is to tier up mass spam into your pages, probably wont help your rank too much though!

    To be honest I would not try to index all those pages... in the past I had problems when sites had so many pages and blocked google from parts of the site.
    Instead I would look at making some kind of hub / category pages in your site with links out to product pages and try to rank those.

    If you have a large site fully indexed and you look at the pages that actually get traffic, its usually a small number... so my advice would be to focus on the pages that get, or have the potential to get traffic and work those...

    though... i see you are running some kind of experiment here, so guess you have your reasons
     
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    The best way to update your sitemap.xml file (if you not have create a new) and submit to web server. and then ping to pingdevice.com