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Optimizing Large Scale E-Commerce Sites

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#1 mister


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Posted 01 February 2013 - 12:14 PM



I have a few questions regarding optimizing large scale e-commerce sites with getting indexed. Over 1 million pages.


Should you optimize images for e-stores with over 1 million product images?


Should anything be automated for e-stores with over 1 million pages? What can be automated?



#2 torka


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Posted 04 February 2013 - 10:57 AM

Why would the number of pages make a difference? There aren't two sets of guidelines for what constitutes effective optimization, one for sites with fewer than a million pages and the other for sites with over a million.


Of course, with that many pages, you're going to have to rely on templates and almost certainly at least some kind of automation. I find it hard to think how you would manage over a million pages and all the data and transactions they would generate, all by hand. What specifically you would do -- what specifically you CAN do -- would depend on the available technology and resources, the existing site structure and what exactly you're trying to accomplish. "Optimization" is way too vague a term to serve as a real goal.


Surely with that large a site, the organization in question would be able to hire a professional SEO who could answer these sorts of questions and come up with a viable plan?


--Torka :propeller:

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