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msg:710668
 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




msg:710669
 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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