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Why Pages give better results than iframe ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by evamenders, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. evamenders

    evamenders Power Member

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    Hi good evening to all,

    Just want to know please Why Pages give better results than iframe ?
    Because if you make a page you write new meta tags for each one

    and if you make iframe you do the same thrue ????
    only frame and that i want to know please

    What's best normal page or frame ??

    And how do you do when you have always the same template ?
    exemple 200 pages same template and differents meta does it look like duplicated ???

    (only meta changes not template never?)

    thanks a lot enjoy
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  2. drkenneth

    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    Well an iFrame means you have no content on your site, it's all wherever the iFrame is pointing at. Why would they credit you for that? Also, bots care more about your content than just meta tags.

    The same template is fine for multiple pages. Same concept applies here--bots care more about content than meta tags. If the content is good, unique, fresh, etc. then bots will like it regardless of the meta tags. Having the same template is fine--having a standardized and uniform look on a site is the standard for web design, a bot would be stupid score that against you. (If anything it actually helps, as long as it's an easily spiderable template.)
     
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  3. evamenders

    evamenders Power Member

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    thanks you so much drkenneth

    the trouble to make pages and change all the time meta mean you have time and with 1 domain if i make all by hand i can not make more than 180 pages per day.

    Alout that "Having the same template is fine" the trouble template and content is always the same for each page only meta change, i hope does not give troubles i do not have time to make a template and new content inside each page ?
     
  4. drkenneth

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    If you have the same CONTENT on each page then you're going to run into trouble. Search engines will not like that, even if the meta tags are all unique. Template can be the same, but duplicated content (especially across the whole site) is a big no-no. I would recommend using some sort of PHP scraper or article rewriting service to make unique content or else you will not rank well.
     
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  5. sikandar

    sikandar Senior Member

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    drkenneth pointed it correctly. You can look at the source yourself to check the text content which the search engine bots look for. Alternatively, you can use a search engine spider simulator to see how the search engine bots spider at your website.
     
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  6. evamenders

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    I got it "If you have the same CONTENT on each page then you're going to run into trouble." but meta are different that's not enought ???

    Need to change content inside the page or put a little new text for each one

    So

    1- meta tags differents
    2-a little more text inside
    3-left your template (always same or need to change it too)

    At the end you never have to make the same pages (why online they sell page genrator to make in 10 seconds 2,000 pages with same template and same metas?)

    thanks for all
     
  7. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    I think you may be overestimating the SEO value of meta tags.
     
  8. evamenders

    evamenders Power Member

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    overestimating the SEO value of meta tags. may you explain it please
    do you mean same content different pages and only meta tags differents it works ????

    thanks
     
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    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    What I mean is that it seems as if you're focusing a lot on your meta tags when in reality, they don't really have much value in terms of SEO. Back in the day, it was important. Now, the only real value to meta tags is being able to dictate the description of your site in SERPs.
     
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