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Amazon Is Using Server-side Dynamic Urls
Posted 07 August 2003 - 03:23 PM
can have a dramatic effect on Google due to the dwindeling "inheritance" of a Websites' homepage PageRank that offspring sites in the same domain can have...
Type in almost any artist and on GOOGLE - Amazon will have a high ranking with this tactic...
Suddenly - since using this tactic their shopping sites have instantly appeared in the Natural Search Results - bypassing site that have had high rankings for years...
The "?" in the URL has been replaced with "/"
making the site search engine friendly - although Google DOES spider "Dynamic Links" this tactic seems to further HELP a sites' other WebPages...
Posted 07 August 2003 - 10:32 PM
Posted 22 August 2003 - 08:13 AM
OK I'm confused. I just ran through Amazon.com and couldn't find a page that rated higher than PR0 on my Google toolbar. Have I lost my mind????
I'm going to have to agree witht his statement.
Most of Amazon's pages that I can see aren't anything over PR0.
Now, they do have 7,490,000 pages (results) index which if it weren't for their user-friendly URLS they likely wouldn't have.
I've never honestly believed. though. that PR has a HUGE effect on SERP's. If your titles are optimized, keywords in place for the text which is associated with the title, headers are also related to text and titles as well as links then you should still do just fine int he SERPS.
What do others thing about what I just said?
Posted 22 August 2003 - 10:10 AM
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