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Posted 19 February 2007 - 05:57 AM
I don't get my answer..
A product have unique name and unique feature like any electronic stuff or mobile phones then how we can write a "good content" for 50+ pages for targeting different countries.
It is not possible to write different description for same product b'caz that product have unique features, few ppl saying that use same product page for all countries but my linking structure is different it shows the countries names in the URL.
I want say clearly here that pages is not any doorway pages or spam pages just we are assurances the visitors that we are in your places.
Posted 19 February 2007 - 10:14 AM
If all your content is in a single language, then there's no need for the "country specific" URLs. You are not going to convince people you're "local" to them unless you use their language for your page. Simply having the country name in your URL isn't going to gain you anything. If this is the case, what you are doing is a waste of time. Stop it.
If the content for all these countries is in one languange, and you insist on using this "country-specific" URL structure, and you really can't come up with different words to describe the benefits of the product in ways that would be unique to each country, then you are indeed engaging in madlib spam.
You can call the pages whatever you want, you can offer whatever alleged "justification" you want, but none of that changes what you are actually doing. There is no "proper" or "appropriate" way to spam the search engines. If this is your tactic, you need to simply accept what you're up to and be prepared to face whatever consequences might befall you in the future.
Sorry to be blunt, but that's the way it is.
Posted 19 February 2007 - 10:28 AM
Your entire problem revolves around this single issue Nick.
You gain nothing by these sort of localized URI's, so it's just silly to do it.
As has already been said, if your content is in different languages it won't be duplicate. If it is in the same languages it will be.
The root of your problem is your URL structure, not duplication. Dump the silly URL tweaking and change content based upon languages. Do this single thing and the problems go away.
Posted 20 February 2007 - 04:47 AM
i have to do some more work on my site like product description, product name may be same for few countries but i planned to add some more content like testimonials and FAQs in their local languages may it reduce the duplication of content
any ways thanks,
Edited by qwerty, 20 February 2007 - 10:54 AM.
Fixed a typo in order to avoid accusations of homophobia.
Posted 29 January 2008 - 11:45 AM
So does one continue to take the moral high ground and not engage in such activities thus losing out on business or does one accept that Google frowns upon it but allows it and join the bandwagon.
Ho hum, not sure what to do. On the face of it it seems spammy but then if you can reassure your customers that you do indeed offer coverage for a given area is it spammy, my brain's aching?
Posted 29 January 2008 - 01:18 PM
But the fact that they're allowing those other sites to do whatever it is they've been doing, they must not mind. You've reported them?
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