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High Ranking By Creating Large Content for Google!
"Mine is Larger Than Yours" Strategy
reseller




msg:3120790
 6:44 am on Oct 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi Folks!

Its seems that Google has adopted lately a new motto:

If content is a queen, large amount of content is the king!

Those of you who work in very competitive sectors, might have noticed some of your competitors who are "blessed" with large number of pages. And it isn't unusual to see your competitors generating pages either dynamically or following smart "production" procedures.

And it seems both Google and the folks at Googleplex, love those sites so much that they rank them high on the serps.

Don't get me wrong. I'm not talking about those stupid gateway pages which belong to the past, not at all.

I'm talking instead about real content in the shape of :

- product description pages (different titles and different meta description)

- search results pages within content of the site (not extracted from search engines and directories)

- "alphabetical index" pages listing hundreds of competitive keywords based main categories and sub-categories

- etc.. etc...

When dealing with such competitors who are blessed by Google's high ranking, you have only one choice to make, IMO...

Join them and enjoy the ride!

Thoughts?

 

decaff




msg:3120837
 8:36 am on Oct 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

large amount of content is the king!

Seems to me that in a small niche sector with tight themes..this would not be the norm...
...but in large sectors with deep vertical/horizontal themes and sub-topics..one would be forced to create a large amount of content to "serve" the user base...(whether this is done organically/naturally/manually or machine generated <= if so...it better be done with the human reader in mind...the engines can spot this type of content pretty easily...)

- search results pages within content of the site (not extracted from search engines and directories)

Yes..if you can generate your own search results from your site and store these as additional searchable pages (say in a global index or something)...then you can really hone in on your sector with some very interesting content...(both vertically and horizontally)

wanderingmind




msg:3121059
 3:40 pm on Oct 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Righto. User searches stored as indexable pages is not a new trick - been around for a while, and I think some really large portals are doing it. Or used to do it a while back.

Anyway, G would tweak something else after a few months, and they would all be moaning here about how they cant get G to index their sites, millions of pages dropped etc etc.

reseller




msg:3121385
 9:06 pm on Oct 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

wanderingmind

Anyway, G would tweak something else after a few months, and they would all be moaning here about how they cant get G to index their sites, millions of pages dropped etc etc.

I don't see that happening, however. On the contrary, the sites I'm keeping an eye on have been doing well on the serps for sometime now.

I guess we are witnessing a new kind of SEO emerging. Dynamic-SEO, we might call it. Its based on cooperation among SEO specialists and script / database programmers aiming at generating large amount of pages that Google loves to index ;-)

twebdonny




msg:3121391
 9:18 pm on Oct 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Sounds good, amyone with any info on how or what software to use to generate a search results database of pages?

kamikaze Optimizer




msg:3121595
 2:35 am on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi reseller:

I have two big sites, one is 5000 plus pages of content, the other is a forum with about 50,000 pages of true content.

I was just wondering what you felt was "large".

reseller




msg:3121682
 6:03 am on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi kamikaze Optimizer

I would consider 50.000 as "large".

However I have seen sites of for example 300.000 and 700.000 pages etc.. following Dynamic-SEO techniques to boost the number of their indexed pages.

[edited by: tedster at 6:53 am (utc) on Oct. 15, 2006]

Halfdeck




msg:3121744
 8:54 am on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

Its based on cooperation among SEO specialists and script / database programmers aiming at generating large amount of pages that Google loves to index ;-)

Well, it's just like generating spam, except each landing page contains useful information.

Writing a script and designing a database is the easy part. The hard part is collecting the data and publishing them in a way that doesn't send your entire site into the supplemental index.

nippi




msg:3121764
 10:08 am on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

none of this is news and was observed in this forum 2 years ago

kamikaze Optimizer




msg:3121829
 12:35 pm on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

However I have seen sites of for example 300.000 and 700.000 pages etc..
I could easily be 700,000 pages also, but I have worked very hard to point the bots to the real content and removed the chances of dupe content.

As is, Google still reports over 300,000 pages of content, but we both know that this is not correct.

fjpapaleo




msg:3121865
 1:17 pm on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

"publishing them in a way that doesn't send your entire site into the supplemental index."

Good subject, any ideas on that?

reseller




msg:3121922
 2:54 pm on Oct 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

I could easily be 700,000 pages also, but I have worked very hard to point the bots to the real content and removed the chances of dupe content.

Dynamic-SEO isn't about generating duplicates. Lets say its other creative ways to explore and present info on your site through large number of pages.

Well, it's just like generating spam, except each landing page contains useful information.

I wouldn't associate Dynamic-SEO with spam methods in anyway.

Dynamic-SEO is an intelligent approach to Google indexing. While spam is a very primitive stupid way of operating on Google index ;-)

wanderingmind




msg:3122539
 5:05 am on Oct 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

Generating a lot of pages from the google or yahoo or msn index by saving results of queries; generating large number of pages from your own site search results.

Not very different, are they?

Of course, rearranging product titles, descriptions, details in different categories etc to make a large number of unique indexable pages is tougher, and a bit farther away from spam.

reseller




msg:3122576
 6:37 am on Oct 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

wanderingmind

Generating a lot of pages from the google or yahoo or msn index by saving results of queries; generating large number of pages from your own site search results.

Not very different, are they?

In fact there is a big difference!

In case of search engines and directories, you generate pages not from your own site including contents which you don't own .

In the case of Dynamic-SEO, you generate pages from your own site including your own content, intellegently ;-)

nippi




msg:3122589
 7:20 am on Oct 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

none of this is new, and many here discussed it and did it 2 years ago.

(1) Get some content in a database
(2) Present it in many ways

eg

pet names.

get a database of 2000 names

split them into genders
split them into origins
split them into starts with
split them into pet names

then have a page for each generated by a database and sitemapped.

eg

female dog names or origin ecuador starting with e
cat names.
elphant names from india
male dog names starting with f

etc
etc

hundreds of thousands of content pages, from a small database.

Its simple, it works, generate a big site.

and guess what. people DO search for 5,6,7 word phrases jsut like this.

Plenty of topics you can do this for.

eg
cars

year
model
make
colour
price
etc
etc
etc
etc

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