RobBroekhuis - 12:51 am on Oct 4, 2004 (gmt 0)
Google traffic has been dramatically down for me for some months now. In my case, the drop is directly attributable to the fact that Google no longer returns my main database-driven information pages (e.g., mysite.com/portrait.php?plantid=99), which represent 95% of my site's content. The hits I do get are for non-parameterized pages (not static, e.g. mysite.com/plants.php), which contain summary information on MANY plants, with links to the specific pages. Of course these hits don't show up particularly high in the search results. I guess I could get around this by maintaining static versions of each of my portrait pages, but that seems like a waste of server space.