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I have developed a page named www.mydomain.com/login.asp. Basically i need to know the best way to submit this to the search engines. i know that SE robots will not index URL's when they are followed by a question mark (i.e. www.mydomain.com/login.asp?country=us) but does this same rule apply to simple .asp pages?
Please discus, oh..and thanks for your time.
You may run into trouble with a pagename like "login.asp" for the simple fact that the Googlebot is pretty smart and it might realize that since it's a robot, it can't possibly login, so it may not bother with that page.
G-bot will read all my juicy keywords on page x for product y?
Also, will it then catalog the entire viewable page as a unique page, or only that portion of it unique to pagex producty?
But, if it spiders a page and sees a link to a dynamic page with, say "...?page=3&sn=a", then it will probably spider that page. If you have another page with "...?page=3&sn=b", but the spider never sees a link with those parameters, that page will not be spidered or indexed.