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Site structure for a store?
westman7




msg:3955330
 4:51 pm on Jul 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hello,

Basically imagine Amazon - most of its listings/products have no PR and I speculate it's due to the nature of Amazon Store's chaotic site/link structure.

So since I'm about to launch something similar (as a structure) to Amazon I was wondering if you'd shed some light on to how to go about structuring it so that the PR/link-juice that will come to the main page will be effectively directed towards the end listings - eg. the actual products.

Thanks in advance!

 

vincevincevince




msg:3956270
 4:32 am on Jul 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

Think of Amazon as a gushing river of PR juice pouring out into a great ocean of pages. Sure, they have far more PR juice than you will ever get; but the number of pages it is pouring into is so vast (110 million in Google for amazon.com today) that most pages getting little-to-nothing is sadly inevitable.

Quite why so few people link directly to that single out-of-print copy of a book on systematic shaker theology, available New or Used from 1 seller(s) from just $19.99 is beyond me!

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