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Gandhalf




msg:1143328
 11:08 am on Jun 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi all
I have the following question i'd like to submit to you.
Suppose I run a website where you can find widgets entering some keywords in the site search engine.
The results page are not crawled by Google because they're generated after a post action, right?

Now, I need some of these search results pages to be crawled anyway. Could I just run several adwords campaigns with the landing pages of my ads being the corresponding results pages?

Does Google consider ads as links and crawl the landing pages?

Ps: I know it's just a quick fix but that's what I need at the moment.

TIA

 

running scared




msg:1143329
 3:17 pm on Jun 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

Why don't you just provide links into the results pages from the pages on your site that the spiders can get to?

Gandhalf




msg:1143330
 3:57 pm on Jun 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

Because I don't have access to the code. We are outsourcing that to a company, and ah...it's a long story....
Anyway, it's taking too long and I was wondering if adWrds was the way to go for a quick result

sem4u




msg:1143331
 4:03 pm on Jun 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

AdWords and Google's natural results and indexing are two separate things.

running scared




msg:1143332
 7:51 am on Jun 29, 2005 (gmt 0)

Its not something I have investigated but could the new Google site map service work?

Otherwise I guess it is links from sites you can influence.

dirkz




msg:1143333
 9:43 am on Jun 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

> Could I just run several adwords campaigns with the landing pages of my ads being the corresponding results pages?

You can't run any campaign with POST pages. If you've got the ability to express the searches with a GET (like all major SEs do), then why not put those links on your page?

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