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how many pages can i submit off of one domain?

 7:03 pm on Aug 26, 2002 (gmt 0)

i have a site and it manufactures over 30 different products. can i submit all of these different product pages or is this considering spamming? if so, what can i do to submit these pages? we also have domain names for all of these different products, but cannot afford to make new pages for all these domains. please advise. (url in profile.)



 2:03 am on Aug 27, 2002 (gmt 0)

I would first get a dmoz link. That should cover getting into Google. It may also get you into fast and ink. I would not submit your other domains. You might just want to set up 301 redirect to your pages for type in traffic. If you can get a couple of pages of good unique content for each product you may want to set up subdomains. I would submit your homepage to all the engines and directories you want. Submit and forget. Wait six months before submitting again. Work on good quality inbound links. The SE will find you if get good inbound links. The large engines should find all the pages to your site.


 6:29 pm on Aug 27, 2002 (gmt 0)


im actually using Multiproxy (http://proxy.nikto.net/multiproxy.htm) for submitting my websites. So you can change the proxy in a defined time and the SE can't analyse you have submitted more then 5 URLs

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