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Does a dynamic page help for SEO

3:45 am on Jun 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I know this might sound dome to some but I am new to all this
I build my own web page and have no experience, but I see my competition has a [dynamic page] in its web site, and they are
on top on all the the search engines, I managed to get on the second page of yahoo and 1st on msn with some key words, but in Google which I think is the most important i am on the 17 page. con anyone tell me if that [dynamic page] will make a difference and what can i do to get better ranking in Google.

I thank you in advanced!

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3:46 pm on June 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Generally, no, but it depends on whats generated from the server side language.

As long the content is read and picked up by the search engines then that will help (as they're alot of other factors involved in the search engine rankings).

If the content is generated from javascript, then chances are it wont get indexed.

hope that helps


7:25 am on June 6, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Its quite ironic that while most people are still afraid of using dynamic pages , you are thinking of applying those on your site.

Earlier dynamic content was left out by SEs but now dynamic content is spidered without problems(at least by Google).

But it seems you have static pages. So thats fine.

First let us make clear whether you have done the following or not:

1.Split pages and make them topic specific, that is, one page - one item/topic/concept.
2.Make sure there are a few keywords in the page appearing naturally.
3.Give an appropriate title for each page. Google uses the title as your statement about the page.
4.Specify description for each page in the meta description tag.
5.Build incoming links.
6.Wherever possible, request for an appropriate anchor text for the inlinks.

7:45 am on June 6, 2008 (gmt 0)

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