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billygg

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Msg#: 32267 posted 1:38 pm on Nov 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

hey guys, i have a small situation possibly, and wanted some feedback on it. Our site is going through a rebuild, and many of our product level pages are being re-written. this is the situation.

say the new product page will look something like this

(maindomain.com/product-cat/product-name/results.html)

ok, now there is say 4 different pages of content based on this one product.so the engineers were going to do something like this

maindomain.com/product-cat/product-name/results.html?=mapping

maindomain.com/product-cat/product-name/results.html?=description

and so forth

they told me that when tacking on the?=mapping, it would not change the meta tags, and title, just the content. in my eyes this may be bad, because google will see 4 different urls, yes with different content, but, these pages will all have the same meta tags, and title. what should i do, have them generate different titles per page, or go about the linking totally different for these sub sections.

if you need more info, let me know

thanks guys

 

webdude

WebmasterWorld Senior Member 10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 32267 posted 6:46 pm on Dec 1, 2005 (gmt 0)

I would at least do different titles and meta descriptions. I just answered another post with a very similar problem...

[webmasterworld.com...]

I might be wrong on this.

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