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Submit Multiple Pages Or Just Main Page?
Posted 02 March 2004 - 05:40 PM
I was just wondering....
Different sections of my web site cover different specific topics. Other than adding unique keywords to each page, how can I assure that the main page of each section turns up when people search for certian terms?
I've heard that if you submit too many interior pages on your site, the engines will reject you. Is that true?
Posted 02 March 2004 - 05:49 PM
You have to make sure that the spiders can physically get at all your pages, so this means you have either spiderable links(preferrable), or a static spiderable index of the pages. Spiders will spider your site, so long as they can find it, so all the submitting in the world is not going to help if you don't have some links pointing to the site. There is no need to submit the deeper pages as they will get spidered in time.
Read this thread here, it should give you a better understanding of how to get going [url=http://www.highrankings.com/forum/index.php/topic/833-tips-for-new-seos/]Tips for Newbies[/url]
Hope this helps
Posted 02 March 2004 - 05:52 PM
I actually don't even bother to submit any of my pages to search engines. If you have backlinks pointing to the pages, the search engines should pick the pages up anyway and if you don't have backlinks, your page will not rank very highly anyway.
I would advise you to get a few good backlinks to your site and then wait for G and the other search engines to pick your site up.
I also definately wouldn't pay anyone to submit your site to x thousand search engines, it's just a waste of money in my not-so humble opinion. Almost all of my se referalls are from the big search engines so I don't even bother doing anything about the small ones...
Posted 03 March 2004 - 01:58 AM
No need to submit the inner pages. The search engine spiders will find them.
You DO have to optimize them though. As OWG mentioned, read the stuff here in the forum to get a better understanding of what optimizing entails.
Here's a hint....It has nothing to do with submitting, and it has nothing to do with meta tags.
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