LostOne - 8:27 am on Sep 18, 2012 (gmt 0)
The ongoing saga in trying to overcome Panda..before a new site
Condensing pages. There are a few areas that have limited, if any visibility with Google search. Admittedly, I feel they are some of the best pages on the site because of the uniqueness only I can establish through actual field experience. Online sites will not include this information because it places doubt in consumer eyes about buying the product. Those in the marketing world know well what I am talking about.
Why They Don’t Rank?
Could be a similarity in Google eyes, but they are distinctly different. However, they deal with the same two word widget phrases talked about in previous discussions. Those same phrases that now seem to be “poison” within the site and Google.
Okay. They will be consolidated under a main page that sits back on page three of Google search. The main page did quite well before Panda but there are many similarities of other sites ahead of this one. Few, if any were around when the page was originally created in 2002.
We’ve Talked About Size Of Pages
The consolidation increases the word count from 935 to nearly 2500. Is this considered long? Another issue from a users perspective could be that the pages being consolidated are linked from numerous pages within the site. They will still be linked though an anchor point link that leads to sections of this page. Does anyone see this as being a problem for users? Let’s forget about the SEO aspect because I really do not care.