BEWARE of Content Management Systems CMS / dynamic web pages ( often .asp, .php, .jsp etc) ... when it comes to search engines, retrieval of information from deep space (kept in online databases) can be a problem. Databases are great for organising lots of information, however static web pages are better for SEs if you have say, less than 256 pages. More than that and you'll start to need industrial strength SQL. One solution is to have a mix of static and dynamically driven web pages. Content Manage Systems (CMS) enable clients (eg shop keepers etc) to input info into a database via a form for display on a dynamic webpage. My recommendation is don't have all your pages dynamic. Save the upper level pages including your home page as static ones optimised by search engine specialists like world wide winning, www.4webmarketing.biz
Here is an extract from Google's site:
1. Reasons your site may not be included.
- Your pages are dynamically generated. We are able to index dynamically generated pages. However, because our web crawler can easily overwhelm and crash sites serving dynamic content, we limit the amount of dynamic pages we index. (Content Management Systems CMS produces dynamic web pages)
- If your company buys a content management system, make sure that the system can export your content so that search engine spiders can crawl your site.
... more reasons can be found on Google's site.
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