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Need Seo Friendly Advice For Dental Jobs Site


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#1 Nuklear

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Posted 11 September 2012 - 09:46 PM

HI,

Need advice on SEO Friendly design of a Dental Care Job Site.This site basically is for Job Postings for Dental Care Jobs in the US.
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One the Homepage, there are options for Search Jobs by Location, Title, Type & Employer.

Step 1: On click of each of the links, say Employer - it shows a new page with a list of Employers names. Now when we click on an Employer name it opens a Generic search results page showing Jobs for that Employer.

Step 2: With this, the problem is there is no static page for each of the Employers Pages. When it opens the Employer page on click of Step 1, it pulls the information from the Database and creates the page template as well as populates the content in it.

How can we make the design more SEO Friendly? Currently only the final Job Posting page is a static keyword separated url in its own page.

Is this a general problem for all Database Driven Sites?

Help Appreciated...

Edited by chrishirst, 12 September 2012 - 07:28 AM.


#2 chrishirst

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 07:46 AM

Is this a general problem for all Database Driven Sites?

Who suggested it was a "problem"?

Such document URLs, where the content is mainly "boilerplate text" are only a relatively minor concern now, ten - twelve years ago, yep, it could lead to indexing problems but SEs (Google) have become more adept at simply reducing any impact that such documents may have had on crawling and indexing


Currently only the final Job Posting page is a static keyword separated url in its own page.

And?? "Keyword" URLs are only one of a couple of hundred "signals" and not a particularly important one.

#3 Jill

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 08:38 AM

Can you simply add text to the template at the top of the page which explains what the information below is all about? That's what I would recommend.




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