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Similar pages omited by google

Will these pages still be found for unique keyward phrases?

     

matrix_neo

8:11 am on Nov 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Many of my product pages are omited by google for being similar. Will these pages still be found for unique keyward phrases?.

Probablly my problem is, in my product details page I use couple of small descriptions about my related services. These descriptions are about 65% of the whole content and it is present in all product details pages along with the product description. And I want to have these in the same page for some reasons.

My question is if I put this 65% of content inside <iframe></iframe> (I believe google dont read the content between <iframe></iframe> ) will this solve similar pages issue and my product pages be included as unique page?

Dave_Hawley

9:42 am on Nov 18, 2003 (gmt 0)



Many of my product pages are omited by google for being similar

How do you know that?

punta

9:56 am on Nov 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I suspect he's using &filter=0

I'm noticing a similar thing.

matrix_neo

4:14 pm on Nov 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

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When i do site search about 36 pages are listed if I browse through the results I can see only 20+ the at the bottom of the search results it asks if I want to include the omited similar pages also.. When I click on that I can see more product pages. And I believe it is worth to be omited since I have 65% same content on all product pages. My point is I want those content there for my customers and I dont want google bot to see that.

takagi

4:24 pm on Nov 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

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My point is I want those content there for my customers and I dont want google bot to see that.

It has nothing to do with Googlebot. The task of the Googlebot is to collect the content of the pages, which is later indexed. The pages can be shown (after clicking on the link at the bottom of the SERP), so they have been indexed. Google will not display all the pages if the snippet is identical. So if the text around the keyword is identical on these pages, then the resulting snippet will be identical too. Only way to solve it, is making sure the surrounding text is different.

matrix_neo

6:04 pm on Nov 18, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Do you mean <iframes></iframes> wont work to hide the redundant content on the product pages? And still 35% of unique content will be left.
 

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