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a client has just approached me to create entry pages for a large database driven framebased site. The site contents are to do with vacation locations & the client has registered 20 separate domains to market separately.
Each entry page will have it's own identity - content rich & will cross link to each of the other domains. The entry point on these pages will click through to the mainframe database.
Does anyone see any issues with this? Are we on the right track or would this be considered spam by the engines especially if we use the similar design concept throughout all the entry pages.
Any comments would be greatly appreciated.
after a bit more research it seems the answer needs to be that i create 2 pages? the index page obviously the entry page & then say a site map on another page or some other page with content so that it has an incoming link? then we submit the index page to the search engines?
thanks for your time :)
Each page has strong standalone content relating specifically to the domain which is itself a "destination" .
Any thoughts?? my forehead is getting sore ;)