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#1 passad

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 05:27 PM

I just started doing SEO for a client whose pages weren't indexed because of javascript footers.

I changed the footers to PHP to ensure the pages would get indexed - there are over 200 pages including their blog.

Will these newly indexed pages have to go through the same aging delay?

#2 Jill

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 05:44 PM

Are you saying the only way to reach those additional pages was via javascript links that were in the footer? (Sounds like a strange design if so!)

At any rate, if the pages are actually useful pages of the website and they are now integrated into your navigation (not just linked to from the home page in the footer) they should get indexed fairly quickly.

But if they're not useful and are merely doorway pages to keyword stuff pages that are not useful to most users, and are only linked from the home page, they still may not get indexed quickly. And if they do, it's doubtful they'll have much chance in rankings.




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