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msg:4486472
 12:51 pm on Aug 20, 2012 (gmt 0)

Dear All,

I have a dynamic website that provides news, fashion updates etc..
And we upload at least 20 to 30 posts on daily basis in unique categories. So the total count of new pages may be more then 1000.
My question is :

Is it fine to provide the visitors as well as search engines these much pages on daily basis?

or shall I divide the traffic by creating individual domains for individual topics?

e.g.
currently it has the subdomains like: news.web.com
fashion.web.com

inner pages:
news.web.com/medical/top-recent-1.html
fashion.web.com/fashion/fashion-news-1.html

shall I keep them as it is? is it beneficial
or to divide the visitors on individual pages would be more search engine friendly?

Thanks & Regards,
WSS

 

tedster




msg:4486652
 3:40 am on Aug 21, 2012 (gmt 0)

Welcome to the forums, webseosolution.

First, what quantity of new pages per day can be supported is pretty much going to depend on how much PageRank your site has. But the only downside for having a too low PR might be that all the URLs don't get crawled and/or indexed. I'd say if the site has a certain number of legitimate new URLs being published every day, then let them be available to googlebot.

Second, using topical hostnames (subdomains) will keep your URLs shorter - and it may also help you administer things technically. Years back, there may also have been an SEO advantage of some kind, but I don't think there is one anymore.

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msg:4486661
 4:45 am on Aug 21, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi,

Thank you for your valued response.

I would like to let you know that my site has 5-PR and number of indexed pages by google for now is more then 90K.

You are suggesting to publish new urls every day that's fine but will you please let me know what should be that number approx according to page rank and number of indexed pages by google.

Thanks & Regards,
WSS

tedster




msg:4486887
 4:57 pm on Aug 21, 2012 (gmt 0)

There's no exact number at all - just whatever honest new content your type of site generates.

Sand




msg:4486891
 5:02 pm on Aug 21, 2012 (gmt 0)

please let me know what should be that number approx according to page rank and number of indexed pages by google.


That's not the best way to think about it. Some sites (news sites, for example), publish hundreds of pages each day. Other sites with the same level of authority may publish only a dozen times a year (and sometimes not at all).

It's really about the demands of your audience and the topics you cover.

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msg:4487111
 6:31 am on Aug 22, 2012 (gmt 0)

Thank You :)

webseosolution




msg:4487504
 7:21 am on Aug 23, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi Again,

Okay if it is so, then why my I am getting this message on my google webmaster account? :

Googlebot found an extremely high number of URLs on your site.

Regards,
WSS

tedster




msg:4487533
 7:47 am on Aug 23, 2012 (gmt 0)

That message is usually sent for a LOT more than a few thousand pages. Sounds like you may have canonical URL problems, or some kind of potentially infinite crawl space (wild card subdomains, site search exposed to googlebot, etc.)

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msg:4487906
 7:12 am on Aug 24, 2012 (gmt 0)

Thank you Tedster for your quick response.

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