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netqus

3:16 am on Nov 4, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Hi-

I am starting <snip> a php and mysql driven gaming web site which will have HUNDREDS of cheats, downloads and over 50 reviews. I was planning of submitting each page to the search engines for optimal traffic.

However, I was wondering... how should I go about promoting it to the search engines? For google should I just submit the root page and will it pick up all the php database pages? Thanks so much. I am looking forward to your advice.

No URLs please ~ Marcia

(edited by: Marcia at 3:48 am (gmt) on Nov. 4, 2001)

bufferzone

7:03 pm on Nov 4, 2001 (gmt 0)

10+ Year Member



hi netqus and welcome to the forum

I allways submit only the main page, that is the www.mydomain.dk, The internal linkstructure of your site is important, the spiders follow links and must be able to get to all your pages via links.
I try to make sure that every page can be reached in two clicks max. Sometimes this is done by making special linking pages (hallways).

netqus

7:57 pm on Nov 4, 2001 (gmt 0)

10+ Year Member



Thanks for replying. However, the thing about my site is that we add content, not just a page or two, but sometimes 30-50 pages in just one day.

Will it be able to spider that? Should I submit the pages individually so it will be a faster spidering?

And does it hurt to submit many pages individually?

Thanks, Evan Gorin, Netqus Inc

eljefe3

11:49 pm on Nov 4, 2001 (gmt 0)

WebmasterWorld Administrator 10+ Year Member



>but sometimes 30-50 pages in just one day.
Will it be able to spider that?

Yes google can do it no problem. There have even been some threads here about how google can index your pages and have them up on their SERP's within 48-72 hours.

>Should I submit the pages individually so it will be a faster spidering?

For google you don't need to do that as long as you have a link pointing to these pages from a page that is already in their database.

 

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