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Add, Remove Of Folders In Robots.txt
Posted 20 December 2004 - 01:24 AM
All my products details are dynamically generated in a subfolder called "user" like domain.com/user/details.php?1571387e4374b14
All these days the "user" folder was included in my robots.txt so these pages were not index, and I hope that is the reason I was getting good ranking.
Based on someone advice I opened the "user" folder from robots.txt and now I can see that there are thousands of pages index in most of the engines, and Google is getting good rank, but all the others like Yahoo, MSN and AOL have put my site the 3r page (within 60 site) in the search using my keywords.
My question: If I again add the "user" to my robots.txt what will be the impact? Is it advisable? Because I am doing a SEO friendly URL that will be based on another sub folder like "user"
Posted 20 December 2004 - 09:20 AM
If all of this content is getting indexed today, doesn't that mean you already have a SEO friendly URL format?
Posted 20 December 2004 - 10:20 AM
In SEO, it's very tempting to say: I did this and then that happened. It's doubtful that allowing more pages to be indexed is what made your ranking drop to 3rd. Typically, the more pages are indexed, the better.
I would not block those pages now, nor would I risk changing to a keyword named folder and losing the pages that are indexed under the "user" folder.
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