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Adding New Content - Can It Happen Too Quickly?
errorsamac




msg:4333740
 5:39 pm on Jul 1, 2011 (gmt 0)

Years ago (as a side project), I planned to launch a "widget" website. While developing the site, I ended up putting significant content about all sorts of widgets in to the database. Currently, I have enough unique content to launch 1500 widget pages on the site.

Fast forward to today - I finally had enough time to dedicate to completing my new widget site. However, I am not sure if I should immediately launch with all 1500 pages of unique content. Would it be better for Google if I started with only 100 pages and just setup a cron job for an additional 5-10 pages to go live every day? Or does it not even matter if I add all of the pages on day 1 versus slowly adding them over time?

 

tedster




msg:4333855
 9:10 pm on Jul 1, 2011 (gmt 0)

1500 is a small number - I'd say just launch it all at once. You can sometimes get into trouble at the many tens - or hundreds - of thousands.

nomis5




msg:4333876
 9:46 pm on Jul 1, 2011 (gmt 0)

1500 pages of unique content
?

Put yourself in Google's position. Can anyone generate that number of pages of unique, quality content in one go?

No, be honest, no one can, except in the most unusual circumstances.

So, go back to the drawing board and plan out a phased release. Of course, if it's not unique, quality content then expect the inevitable Google reaction.

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