I wonder if anyone can help...
A client has a hotels website which is built in frames (I know it's bad but the client won't rebuild). The main booking engine is accessed by an iFrame. Because there was no copy on the site at all, we have created thousands of content pages, linked to via sitemaps (www.example.co.uk/hotels/sitemap_hotels_in.html etc etc). At these sitemaps are lots of pages, written around the destinations and optimised for hotels in *** / **** hotels etc etc. This isn't my only strategy... other SEO is also taking place.
The links to the three sitemaps are in the noscript on the main homepage (on the main frame), but, despite the fact that i know Google has visited the source code and has cached the info in the noscript, it is not listing the links to sitemaps, and hence not finding the pages.
Can anyone shed any light?
[edited by: ciml at 2:02 pm (utc) on May 9, 2005]
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