Convergence - 6:32 pm on Apr 12, 2013 (gmt 0)
@convergence With so many pages that you have on site, is a good chunk of them unique? Or same queries can be sent to multiple pages without problem? What I mean is that if a person search for "blue widget", does the site have many "equally" qualifying pages suitable for that query?
Or the pages simply have minor differences in keyword, title, and url?
Does the additional of indexed pages boost your traffic? Over the overall traffic inflow remain the same as your usual pattern.
This site is a price comparison site. Yes, we see a boost in overall traffic the more product pages we have. If someone searches for a vague term such as "blue widgets" we don't get much traffic - and the search results are not as targeted because we have a lot of "blue widgets". However, throw in "blue widgets by brand and/or model #", then our pages are exact...